Ninja Nation Opens First Location in Colorado

DENVER – Ninja Nation, a world-class obstacle course facility is making its debut in Colorado with the first location opening on June 30th. The flagship arena is located just north of Denver in Lafayette.

Founded by Colorado entrepreneur, Wayne Cavanaugh, Ninja Nation brings the arena experience to life and makes the sport of obstacle racing accessible to all ages and skill levels. Some of the country’s top Ninja Warrior athletes have joined Ninja Nation to lead the creative, operations and coaching teams. Fans will be thrilled to see American Ninja WarriorTM veterans, Geoff Britten, Jamie Rahn, Brian Arnold, Ryan Stratis and Karsten Williams as members of the Ninja Nation team.

“As Ninja Warriors, we have all worked with kids and athletes who have been transformed by this sport – seeing people gain confidence and determination is incredibly powerful,” said Geoff Britten, American Ninja Warrior athlete and creative director for Ninja Nation. “Joining the Ninja Nation team gives us the chance to introduce the sport to even more people in a safe and encouraging environment. There’s nothing else like it, and we know you’ll be blown away by the experience we’ve created.”

Top of the line obstacles are just the beginning. Ninja Nation arenas will also feature the most advanced technology available, with audio, video and lighting producing a complete “Sportainment” experience that is one of a kind.

“Every detail at Ninja Nation has been designed to create a fun and empowering environment where you feel like a super hero in your own video game,” said Britten. “You even get to choose your own hero name. And in addition to the killer obstacles, we’ve developed programs where you earn points for achieving new skills and level up as you progress.”

A second Colorado location will open in Englewood, CO near the Centennial Airport in August and then Frisco, TX late this summer, with many more locations in the works.

Photos courtesy of Ninja Nation


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