Austin, TX (April 3, 2015) —
Hellas Construction’s President & C.E.O. Reed J. Seaton was recognized as an Associate Member of the Texas High School Athletic Directors Association during the 44th Annual THSADA Conference in Frisco this week, for his valuable commitment to athletics and contribution to the field of sports construction.
“I am honored to be introduced as a member of the Texas High School Athletic Directors Association,” said Seaton. “I have known many of the members for years, and I am grateful to be a part of an organization that does so much for our student athletes in the state of Texas.”
Rusty Dowling, Executive Director of the THSADA, expressed his high regards for Mr. Seaton and Hellas Construction. “We proudly announce that Hellas Construction CEO Reed Seaton has been inducted into the THSADA as an Associate Member. We value the support that Hellas Construction gives to the Association and to Athletic Directors throughout the state.”
The 44th Annual THSADA Conference was held from Monday, March 30th to Wednesday, April 1st. During the conference, Hellas held a discussion on several topics in sports construction including surface maintenance and organic infill, and welcomed keynote speaker Chris Steinbruck, Flour Bluff ISD Athletic Director and Head Football Coach.
About Texas High School Athletic Directors Association
The Texas High School Athletic Directors Association was established in the spring of 1971 to provide members with professional development, leadership, and support opportunities that are conductive to effective athletic administration. Now in its 44th year, the THSADA is the professional and educational Association for more than 600 secondary athletics administrators at more than 1,600 institutions throughout the State of Texas. More than 300 athletics administrators annually attend THSADA’s State Conference. THSADA members manage over $400 million dollars in athletic budget considerations for over one million student-athletes.