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This year’s National Congress in Providence Rhode Island will be recorded in the Tumbl Trak history books as one to remember as we celebrated our 30 year anniversary! Those who visited our booth in the trade show hall were able to take a stroll down memory lane with us and view our company timeline that included the years we introduced iconic equipment, like the Tumbl Trak, or began partnerships with gymnastics greats like Chellsie Memmel.
Our booth had three Tumbl Trak’s on display - the Original, (Innovated in the late 1980’s), the Extreme Bed Tumbl Trak and, the new Transition Tumbl Trak! With a surface of loop Velcro, the Transition Tumbl Trak got loads of attention as attendees started thinking of all the possibilities of designing teaching stations and drills with equipment that can stick right to the bed. The Tradeshow Hall is a great place to get a close view of what’s new in equipment, and speak face to face with the Tumbl Trak Team.
As always, our favorite part of any trade show is getting to see old friends and new. We were pleased to have one of our most dear friends, and mentor, Leonard Isaacs. Tumbl Trak Facebook Friends got a peek into the trade show hall action during our Live Event featuring Leonard who gave a demonstration on the intricate technique of how he uses the Laser Beam. If you love the Laser Beam, check it out on our Facebook Page!
All week long, the buzz was building, leading to our 30th Anniversary giveaway, and on Saturday, we picked two lucky winners of the $15,000 equipment prizes. More than 16,000 people entered the first drawing which made it exciting to reveal, Live on Facebook, the big winner is Josh Storrer from Black Diamond Kids Center! See the action from this LIVE FB event HERE.
Just a few hours later, the party continued with our Live Trade Show Hall drawing. Funmaster Randy Parrish entertained a crowd of hundreds, all daydreaming about their equipment wish list and imagining their name being called. After a dramatic countdown, the winner was announced to a silent crowd….Anne took home the second $15,000 prize.