PIGEON FORGE, Tenn. (Aug. 23, 2016)—At the Sevier County Hospitality Association’s Stars of the Industry Luncheon on Aug. 23, 2016, the Outdoor Gravity Park’s owner, Chris Roberts, was recognized as the 2016 “Preferred Associate of the Year.” Every year the Sevier County Hospitality Association recognizes one person that has shown excellence in the hospitality industry in Sevier County that allows tourism to grow and thrive in the area.
“I am honored and thankful to be recognized by the Sevier County Hospitality Association as the Preferred Associate of the Year. Our goal at the Outdoor Gravity Park is to provide excellent customer service and a unique, family-fun activity. Sevier County and Pigeon Forge have been great partners to work alongside, and this is the best location in the United States to live and own my business”, said Roberts.
Roberts is a long-time resident of Sevierville, is active in the community, and holds a mechanical engineering degree from the University of Maryland.
About Outdoor Gravity Park
The Outdoor Gravity Park is located in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., and is home to the iconic New Zealand adventure zorbing. The OGO (giant ball) is 11 feet high, 11 feet fat, bouncy and sits perched at the top of a 1,000-foot hill. In a moment, you will go rolling towards the bottom, slip and sliding, no tumbling — but only after a couple of things happen. First, one to three people dive into the sphere’s belly. Then one of the park’s attendants tosses 10 gallons of water into this signature attraction, and finally zip you inside. The water makes for a slippery ride, though one without tumbling–your fast and adrenaline-packed descent down our 1000-foot hill is more akin to a bouncy water slide or a rolling Jacuzzi. Bring your swimsuit and towel and come join us as we are open rain or shine. In addition, a dry zorbing version, DRYGO, is available in fall, winter, and early spring.
Contact: Amanda Breeden, Amanda@OutdoorGravityPark.com and 865-366-2687.