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Wisconsin company to floor competition at Final Four

A truck on Sunday carries the portable maple court made for the Final Four NCAA college basketball tournament in Milwaukee. The floor was made in Connor Sport Court International’s plant in Amasa, Mich., and was en route to Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. A banner hung on the truck is signed by employees who worked on the floor in Amasa and in the Milwaukee area. (AP Photo/Connor Sports Flooring, Jeff Morton)

A truck on Sunday carries the portable maple court made for the Final Four NCAA college basketball tournament in Milwaukee. The floor was made in Connor Sport Court International’s plant in Amasa, Mich., and was en route to Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. A banner hung on the truck is signed by employees who worked on the floor in Amasa and in the Milwaukee area. (AP Photo/Connor Sports Flooring, Jeff Morton)

AMASA, Mich. (AP) — The Michigan-made portable maple court made for the Final Four is heading to Indianapolis via Wisconsin and Illinois.

The floor made at Connor Sport Court International’s plant in the Upper Peninsula community of Amasa has recently been in the Milwaukee area, where Jason Thomas Flooring Inc. of Waukesha was putting the final touches on the surface.

After a stop Monday at Marquette University in Milwaukee a truck carrying the floor heads Tuesday to the Chicago area, Wednesday for a stop at Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind., and Thursday to Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

The court will be set up Friday at the stadium, which is home to the NFL’s Colts.

Salt Lake City-based Connor Sport Court International also built the court for the women’s Final Four in San Antonio.

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