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What You'll Get
Packing a parachute is not unlike packing a bag lunch—it's a bummer when your mom puts old ham in either one. Leave packing to the experts with today's Groupon: for $159, you get one tandem skydiving session from Sportations (up to a $239 value on-site or up to a $285.99 value online). Jumps will take place at Skydive Warren County.
Sportations, one of the largest adventure-sports providers in the United States, gives air-ready revelers a new way to view Ohio with tandem skydiving. Altitude seekers will be briefed on jump safety for approximately 30 minutes before flying to a dizzying altitude. With a professional skydiving instructor and equipment strapped to your back for the duration of the gravitational ride, you'll be free to wave to passing birds, take in the view, and grab onto drops of light making their way back home to the sun.
The staff members at Sportations pride themselves on customer service and on amassing extreme-sports providers from all over the country in one place. Allow them to take care of the details of your earthbound journey while you contemplate why ants look so much like humans when viewed from above.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 21, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per person per visit. Not valid until 11/22/11. Reservation required. 72hr cancellation notice required. Subject to availability and weather. Must sign waiver. Must be 18 or older. Must be under 225lbs (If over 200lbs, please contact Sportations as an extra fee up to $30 may apply). Valid March through November, 7 days a week. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Skydive Warren County
Skydive Warren County is a labor of love for the Stewart family with roots as far back as 1945, when the patriarch purchased 40 acres of land and lived in a house attached to a hangar at Waynesville Airport. Such proximity caused the Stewarts to grow up with an appreciation for aviation that eventually brought them to skydiving. Since 1969, the business has been imbued with their enthusiasm, teaching novices and experts alike how to hone their skills in airborne sports with the help of licensed professionals.