American Shuffleboard was a New Jersey company which produced quality shuffleboard tables. In its prime during the 1940′s-6o’s they became the best selling shuffleboard table at a time shuffleboard became popular after WWII.
In the ’30s, Sol Lipkin started his long career in shuffleboard as a salesperson for the National Shuffleboard Company, then became a representative for the American Shuffleboard Company in New Jersey. Competition between the shuffleboard manufacturers (National, American, Modern, Rock-Ola, Valley, etc.) was intense and many believe Sol established American Boards as the industry standard
American Shuffleboard no longer exists today having ending operations in the late 1990′s.