We at DecorativeCeilingTiles.net are excited to announce that ESPN television and the National Basketball Association have selected our products to decorate the set of the telecast of the 2013 NBA Draft presented by State Farm. Imagine it— Decorative Ceiling Tiles drafted by the NBA!
Catch Decorative Ceiling Tiles and the NBA Draft on TV, Radio, and the Web
The ESPN television broadcast is scheduled to begin with the first selection by the Cleveland Cavaliers at 7 pm Eastern Standard Time on Thursday, June 27, 2013. Among the top NCAA players expected to grace the stage alongside our decorative tiles are Nerlens Noel of Kentucky, Victor Oladipo of Indiana, Otto Porter of Georgetown, and Anthony Bennett of UNLV. Viewers can follow all of the exciting draft action from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, live on ESPN television or radio. You can also view the draft on ESPN television online or listen to it on ESPN Radio.
Our Tiles Keep Shining On!
The set of the NBA Draft is the latest in a series of television broadcast sets that have been decorated with DecorativeCeilingTiles.net products. Others include the Emmy® Awards, the American Country Awards, and the hit CBS television drama Elementary.
Decorative Ceiling Tiles Make Set Decoration Fast and Easy
Why are our products are so popular with so many set decorators? Well, one reason is that these great tiles can easily be installed in less than a day. They are also lightweight enough to allow sets and portions of sets to be easily moved and rearranged. Additionally, there are so many styles and designs to choose from that there is sure to be one that fits in perfectly, no matter what type of look and atmosphere the decorators are trying to create or re-create. Best of all, the real-metal and faux-metal finishes shimmer and shine under the bright lights, adding a beautiful, rich sparkle to the broadcast.
If you know of any other sets that have featured our products or if you have a unique ceiling tile project that you’d like to share, just email us and you might just see your name in print!