The Adventure Park at Nashville Donates Hundreds of Tickets to Local Nonprofit Organizations

June 20, 2019 (PRLEAP.COM) Lifestyle News
Donating tickets to help Nashville-area nonprofit organizations with their fundraising efforts is important at The Adventure Park at Nashville, the zip line and treetop climbing experience, which opened last summer in the West Meade neighborhood. So far it has donated well over 200 tickets to the Park to organizations using the tickets in their fund-raising efforts and the requests continue to come in.

Recipient categories include museums, schools, community organizations, public libraries, hospitals, food banks, parent teacher organizations, athletic organizations, and others. Most of the recipients are 501(c)(3) nonprofits that use the tickets in fund-raising auctions or similar activities.

To further help recipients with their fundraising event The Adventure Park also supplies a display package along with the tickets. This typically includes a table-top poster, a quantity of 6 x 9-inch information cards and a sample ticket for display purposes.

- How To Apply for Donated Tickets -

Applicants are invited to apply online at least three to four weeks in advance of the date the tickets are needed. Applications may be made here or paste this address into your browser: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdu4a1R_2hSCMTtYWmiS_AO-hWEP4GbIeneKC-cd4cR7sTpcQ/viewform.
Questions are welcome by writing to: Donations@InTheTreeTops.com.


- About The Adventure Park -
- Fun for Kids, Teens, Adults & Groups Different Ages & Abilities -

Located only 15 minutes from downtown Nashville, in about six acres of forest on the grounds of the Gordon JCC at 801 Percy Warner Blvd in West Meade, it is open to the general public. Sporting 12 different courses, including 15 zip lines, it is the largest attraction of its kind in the Nashville area.

The Adventure Park at Nashville is the largest of park its kind in the area. It is not one single aerial treetop trail but a variety of some 12 different, color-coded aerial trails of differing challenge levels—beginner through expert—that climbers choose from depending on their age or climbing experience.

There are trails suitable for kids, teens, adults and groups. These trails consist of platforms installed in the trees and connected by various configurations of cable, wood and rope to form "crossings" of different kinds including the ever-popular zip lines. Climbers wear harnesses which are doubly secured to safety cables using the Park's "always locked on" system of interlocking safety clips. Before venturing onto the trails climbers receive an interactive orientation and practice session.

The Park's friendly staff is available to answer questions and assist, from the moment customers arrive to the moment they conclude their climb and return home with satisfied "I did it!" smiles.

Non-climbing family and friends are admitted free of charge to share the experience on the ground at the picnic tables, some grills, community firepit and comfy chairs provided.

The Adventure Park at Nashville is designed, built and operated by Outdoor Ventures. For further details and updates please visit www.MyNashvilleAdventurePark.org, email Info@NashvilleClimb.org or call (615) 610 9500. On Facebook: address: @NashvilleAdventurePark.

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