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Rogers Athletic Acquires the Assets of Athletic Training Table Manufacturer, Impact Athletic

Rogers Athletic Company, Inc. ( is happy to announce it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the assets of Impact Athletic (, a supplier of premium athletic training furniture based in Kalamazoo, MI.

Impact Athletic introduced their patented line of custom athletic training tables to the athletic training community in 2013. Since that time, the company has rapidly expanded their customer base across the United States from secondary schools through professional organizations.

Rogers Athletic, with over 80 years of providing products and services to the American football community, is excited to extend their brand into the athletic training community through the license and acquisition with Impact Athletic. “Rogers Athletic is the perfect partner to take Impact Athletic through its next stage of growth”, says Kevin McLeod, Founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Impact Athletic. “Rogers has a history of taking best-in-class products to market and the reputation of quality our customers expect.”


Rogers Athletic Company, Inc.

A Rogers Group company

Based in Clare, MI the Rogers Group is a family owned collection of innovative businesses that provide solutions to markets ranging from sports and entertainment to in home food preservation. Utilizing core capabilities and central resources, the Rogers Group provides a unique ability to innovate.

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