What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We are a family-oriented organization that meets your child where they are. We strive to keep our costs affordable so that each and every child can have the opportunity to participate in a quality program. We have qualified staff that can help your child reach his/her fullest potential.
Is your location strictly for adults, or can kids participate as well?
Boys and girls ages 18 months to college age.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Our inspiration to start our organization was to offer ALL youth an opportunity to participate in a quality competitive cheer, dance and tumbling organization that would be affordable for all families in the surrounding communities.
What do you love most about your job?
We love to work with the youth and witness their success as they master new skills each and every day and grow into responsible and productive individuals.
It doesn't matter if players are bowling at Freeway Lanes of Parma, Game of Wickliffe, or Capri Lanes—there's a special kind of fun players have at this family of statewide bowling alleys as they roll strikes and spares. Whether they come during open bowling hours, league tournaments, or glowing cosmic bowl, it's easy to have a good time, especially when the alleys bring out laser lights and pumping music.
But these bowling alleys across Ohio have more in common than automatic scoring and high-definition TVs. The kitchens at City Pub—the signature bar and grill—cook up meals such as pizza, barbecue chicken sandwiches, and loaded nachos, while bartenders pour draft beers. Beyond bowling, the alleys also house attractions such as arcades and laser mazes and host occasional live entertainment beyond their players' victory dances.
There's something magical about going to a roller-skating rink as a kid: the neon lights, the smell of pizza wafting through the air, and the excitement of trying to not wipe out in front of your crush. And that magic is alive and well at Skate America.
The rink hosts open-skate sessions, school field trips, and birthday parties. These are both fun and help keep kids active, much like chasing the family dog around in order to give him a pedicure. For those who feel a little shaky on four wheels, the staff leads skating lessons and provides little skaters with the Skate Mate—a wheeled "walker" of sorts that helps kids keep their balance. And for a break from the action, the arcade entertains kiddies, and a menu of soft pretzels, nachos, cotton candy, and, of course, pizza refuels their skating sessions.
Martial arts at Fairfield's Hamilton-Fairfield Taekwondo Center is a great workout that will leave you feeling Zen.
Next time you're looking for a great workout, this location offers a personal trainer to truly work your body out.
Are you tough enough? To complete a cross fit challenge? You'll feel great when you finish it.
At this establishment, you can learn the basics of mixed martial arts in a safe and controlled environment.
With a parking lot adjacent to Hamilton-Fairfield Taekwondo Center, you won't get stuck circling the block.
At Cincinnati Gymnastics, Olympic coach Mary Lee Tracy and a staff of dedicated instructors help kids realize their athletic potential with expert guidance in gymnastics. Kids aged from three to seven build acrobatic abilities at an early age through classes and camps that hone skills on the vault, bars, balance beam, and floor.
The slick wooden rink at Skate America offers groups a good, old-fashioned roller-skating experience. Public skate nights welcome the masses, while private events such as birthday parties and seminars let guests reserve space, snacks, and arcade game tokens. Other entertainment options include a bounce area for kids under 48 inches. After a few turns about the rink, skaters can relax with a menu of grub that includes pizza, pretzels, and cotton candy.