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SKY ZONE LEE'S SUMMIT SUPPORTS LOCAL CHAIRITY DODGEBALL TOURNAMENT

04-26-2016 09:05 AM CET | Associations & Organizations

Press release from: Sky Zone Lee's Summit

LEE'S SUMMIT, MO – (April 25, 2016) - Skills will be put to the test during this year's Battle of the Badges. The Sky Zone dodge ball tournament is set for a face off between Lee's Summit's finest and bravest, firefighters vs. law enforcement. Teams must register by April 27th and spectators can enjoy the even at Sky Zone Lee's Summit from 6-9 P.M. on April 28th.

The Surviving Spouse and Family Endowment raised its initial immediate assistance of $25,000 and can only continue with fundraisers like the Battle of the Badges Dodge Ball Tournament hosted by Sky Zone.

"Sky Zone is committed to being a great community partner. We are hosting our first annual charity dodge ball tournament benefiting the Surviving Spouse and Family Endowment,” said Jay Highley, owner of Sky Zone Lee’s Summit. “Sky Zone is proud to host an event for those who risk their lives every day. We are excited to bring the community together in support of this great cause.”

"The [SAFE] fund provides both immediate and long term financial support for surviving spouses and dependents of firefighters, law enforcement officers, and EMT/paramedics who lose their life in the performance of their duties," said Jamie Hallam, event coordinator of the Kansas City Metropolitan Crime Commission.

Team registration is open and filling up fast at just $25 per person for 2 hours of dodge ball or $175 per 8-person team. All teams must be registered by April 27th, 2016. The event will kick off on the 28th at 6 P.M.

There will be prizes and giveaways for players and spectators. A percentage of the registration fees will benefit the SAFE fund and the winning team will receive a Sky Zone trophy to display in their office.

About Sky Zone, LLC
Since 2004, Sky Zone, LLC has created and built the world’s first all-walled trampoline playing court – a concept so unique it was awarded United States Patent No. 5,624,122. Sky Zone, LLC currently has over 120 franchises open across the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, and Saudi Arabia. Sky Zone Trampoline Parks feature a wide array of fun, fit and low-impact activities ranging from Open Jump, Ultimate Dodge Ball and SkyFitness classes to birthday parties, corporate events and other group outings. The franchise has been awarded various accolades, including being ranked 308 on Entrepreneur’s 2016 Franchise 500 list, 273 on the 2015 Inc.’s 500/5000 list, 152 on the 2014 Inc.’s 500/5000 list, 55 on the Forbes America’s Most Promising Companies list, “Best Gym Alternative” by Vegas Seven Magazine, “2012 Locals Choice for Kid’s Birthday Party” by Southbay Magazine and one of Entrepreneur’s 2013 “Fresh Concepts Livening Up Franchising.” For more information on the company or franchising opportunities, please visit www.skyzone.com.

Sky Zone Lee's Summit
2801 NE McBaine Dr, Lee's Summit, MO 64064
(816) 457-0068
SkyZone.com/LeesSummit

Press Contact
Lesley Galloway
Lesley.galloway@skyzone.com

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