Two years after, upbeat center rolls drums
Two years after it opened doors to customers as the first trampoline park in West Africa, the Ubeat Centre, Lekki, Lagos, recently market its second anniversary amid fun fanfare.
In a chat with journalists at the event, which attracted fun lovers and tourists, the Operation Manager of the recreation centre, Siamanta Van-Labeke, said Upbeat has been able to partner with the Nigerian sports to promote football and basketball, including an impact in the tourism industry.
On the attitude of Nigerians in tourism, she noted that Nigerians are adventurous, adding that only quality services would make them continue to sustain and maintain patronage.
“The two years have been a phenomenon, amazing and motivating. We’ve been able to have gymnastics club, partnership on football and basketball, including a great impact on tourism. Our team has been wonderful for providing quality services, which have helped to maintain and sustain our patronage. In years to come, we hope to have more partnership for our customers to up their fun, which Upbeat is all about.”
A brainchild of Architect and visionary, Moyo Ogunseinde ED, Uraga Real Estate, in pursuit of alternative lifestyle spaces, Moyo, a keen Gymnastics Mum, recognised a need in the community for a new and exciting recreation initiative as well as a quality sports and recreation facility, a contribution which could greatly impact the lives of not just the families, youth and communities of Nigeria but of all West Africa.
The center aims to fill a gap in the market, establishing a world class and fun sports and fitness recreation centre in Africa for the benefit for all in the community. Every day, the centre delivers a unique experience through its facilities Apart from trampolines, the centre also provides spaces for parties, meetings and events, corporate team bonding and special themed events. There are also outdoor games like football, basketball, volleyball and Go-karting.
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