The News Report That Crashed The SOAR Adventure Website.


WKRN News in Nashville came by Kevin Vanderkolk’s SOAR Adventure Tower this morning.

This news clip caused Kevin’s web server to melt down. A nice problem to have when you are starting a new business. We have been here on site for 2 days and the public response has been equally overwhelming.

Click on the video to meet Kevin, see the Tower and see what is in store for you here at the SOAR Adventure Tower, 3794 Carothers Parkway, Franklin, TN.

Here is the accompanying text to the news report.

“FRANKLIN, Tenn. (WKRN) – America’s first full-sized aerial adventure park opens Saturday in Williamson County.

SOAR Adventure Tower is 50 feet tall and takes up 10,000 square feet. There are four levels and more than 120 climbing elements for all ages.

Aerial Adventure Parks are well known in Europe but this is the first of its kind in America. Franklin’s park is designed by an adventure park from Germany.

SOAR Adventure Tower celebrates Music City by featuring elements themed with music and allowing climbers to play an actual drum set suspended 20 feet above the ground.

Additionally, local musicians will perform live each Thursday night at SOAR Adventure Tower.

Safety is top priority at SOAR Adventure Tower, utilizing the highest quality of safety equipment and technology on the market.

The Safe Link SSB ensures the climber is never detached from a safety line. Once attached, the interconnected carabiners can only be opened one at a time.”

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