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The Dome Partners with Community Businesses to Host Free Family Day

July 24, 2014 (Anchorage, Alaska): Saturday, August 2, The Dome will host Family Day, a free public event that highlights new sports and opportunities now available at the nonprofit sports center. Running from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., the event is the first of its kind for The Dome and reflects the organizations strengthened focus on building community partnerships.

“Were excited to host the inaugural Family Day at The Dome. With prizes, relay races, face painting, bubble ball soccer, and activities from more than 15 sponsors, it will be a great time for the whole family. Kaladi Brothers Coffee is even creating a special Dome-themed drink for people to enjoy at the event,” said Bryan Underwood, CEO of the Dome. “Over the last year, The Dome has undergone major changes to make sure were fulfilling our vision of enriching Alaskan lives, and those advances make events like Family Day possible.”

Staff from Senator Begichs office will attend to referee kickball and bubble ball soccer, and KBEAR 104.1 will broadcast live from the event from 11am to 1pm. Sponsors include Johnsons Tire Service, Dimond Center, Orthopedics Physicians Anchorage (OPA), Providence Imaging Center and Champ Martial Arts.

“Family Day at The Dome is all about providing a healthy and fun environment for Alaskans,” said Dino Sutherland, general manager. “Were not just about sports and physical fitness. Were committed to creating a professional, family-friendly space where people can have fun, learn skills, and come together around sports, camps and special events.”

The Dome is located at 6501 Changepoint Drive, Anchorage, Alaska 99518. For more information, please visit www.alaskadome.com

Founded in 2007, The Dome is a nonprofit indoor sports center that offers space for almost any turf sport imaginable, in addition to an Olympic track, batting cages, fitness classes, personal training, exercise equipment and more. The Dome is the largest sports structure of its kind in the world and is committed to helping Alaskans achieve health and wellness through sports and physical activity.

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