This weekend Sky Zone Fort Myers is hosting a thrilling, fun, and healthy family experience. Starting Thursday, November 29 at 6 pm, Warrior Weekend will include prizes, games, competitions, activities for the kids, and an opportunity to support the Fort Myers community. This incredible event will feature three-time winner of American Ninja Warrior, Morgan Wright, also known as “The Moose Ninja.”
Morgan is a local athlete who still participates in the American Ninja Warrior competitions as well as other national ninja competitions. Warrior Weekend charity event is important to Morgan because the proceeds raised go toward the Golden Futures Scholarship Fund. Every year, two high school seniors are awarded this scholarship, which gives them a full ride to obtain their Bachelor’s Degree in Education at their choice of either Florida Southwestern State College or Florida Gulf Coast University. In return, the students promise to remain in the Lee County area and be employed by a Lee County Public School for at least four years following their college graduation. This opportunity benefits both local students and the community around Fort Myers.
The Warrior Weekend at Sky Zone has activities happening every day of the event. Thursday will begin the amateur Ninja Warrior Tournament. The Ninja Warrior Glow event will occur on Friday and Saturday evening from 7 pm to 12 am. Sunday, December 1 from 11 am to 2 pm, Morgan Wright will be available to sign autographs and educate kids on how to be a great ninja.
Throughout the weekend, every visitor will have the opportunity to enter to win one of the $20,000 worth of prizes and giveaways. One person will be chosen to win a year’s pass to Sky Zone. In addition to the prizes, Warrior Weekend will also include activities such as games, competitions, and face painting. Sky Zone opened in Fort Myers in 2013 and is owned and operated by Fort Myers local, Jay Highley.
“Sky Zone has always been a fun and healthy destination for families, and we’re excited to provide new ways for families across Southwest Florida to play and spend time together,” said Highley. “My wife and I made a home here, and we love this place. We couldn’t be prouder to see how Sky Zone and the Fort Myers community have grown over the past five years.”
Adults, teens, and children all get to enjoy healthy competition and exercise at Sky Zone Fort Myers. With the new warrior course, Wipe Out obstacles, rock walls, warped walls, and so much more, the whole family will be jumping, climbing, running, and hanging all over the place. The point is to have fun while staying fit.
“As adults, we understand exercise is important. Kids are just that—kids. We help motivate our next generation by keeping the fun in fitness, and quality places like Sky Zone do exactly that,” said Wright. “With keeping exercise exciting, engaging, and sociable, we are creating that next generation of cheerful, healthy adults—one jump at a time.”
Take your family to Warrior Weekend at Sky Zone for an engaging event that promotes health and education within Fort Myers. Meet Morgan Wright, and practice for your own American Ninja Warrior competition.
Cover photo courtesy of Sky Zone Facebook page