Now having the opportunity to bring my experience as a skating entertainment producer to a hometown event, I look forward to working with the community on a shared vision of family activity and entertainment in the heart of King Harbor. To skate outside is a unique pleasure that I can't wait to share with the South Bay during the holiday season.
Redondo Beach, CA (PRWEB) October 16, 2008
The Seaside Lagoon, located in the heart of Redondo Beach King Harbor at 200 Portofino Way, will be the site of Seaside Ice, the South Bay's first outdoor ice skating experience, with skating available November 18, 2008 through January 11, 2009, from 11:00a.m. - 9:30p.m. on weekdays and from 10:00a.m. - 10:00p.m weekends. The eight-week holiday event will feature a 60x120-foot ice rink constructed on the Seaside Lagoon's sand in a picturesque position next to the east walkway.
The event, which will include holiday decorations and music, will feature a calendar of special appearances, skating exhibitions, themed nights, games, pictures with Santa, and a giant outdoor movie screen showing family movies and entertainment. Seaside Ice was created by Tom Kearney and Scott Williams, through Seaside Ice, LLC, in partnership with the City of Redondo Beach. Bringing together the community of Redondo Beach, this duo is proud to spearhead a family event activity presented by the Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau.
Joining the Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau in supporting Seaside Ice are Gold Sponsors Decron Properties and Ruby's Diner; Silver Sponsors AES, the King Harbor Association, Crowne Plaza, and The Portofino Hotel & Yacht Club; Bronze Sponsors the King Harbor Marina, and HeadHigh Creative; and Media Sponsor The Beach Reporter.
Skating admission is $14 for adults and $12 for children 12 and under (including skate rental) and can be purchased at the Seaside Lagoon after November 19, or online at http://www.seasideice.com. For more info about group tickets and parties call 310.937.0573 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . Fundraiser pre-opening ticket sales programs are now offered to non-profit groups until November 4, with $2 per ticket donated to participating organizations. Call 310-927-8311 or email email@example.com for more information.
Seaside Ice presented by Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau - 2-2-2
"I think there is a real renaissance happening in Redondo Beach," commented Tom Kearney. "Creating events like Seaside Ice really adds to that effort. I'm excited to bring an event like this, one that can give people memories that last a life time and become a tradition for families year after year."
"I'm excited for a number of reasons. Growing up in Redondo Beach and being a competitive ice skater, I always thought it would be fun to bring ice to the beach," says Scott Williams, Seaside Ice Principal. "Now having the opportunity to bring my experience as a skating entertainment producer to a hometown event, I look forward to working with the community on a shared vision of family activity and entertainment in the heart of King Harbor. To skate outside is a unique pleasure that I can't wait to share with the South Bay during the holiday season."
Seaside Ice Principals
Scott Williams captured the Junior World figure skating title in 1982, won the 1990 World Professional Championship and 1991 U.S. Open. He performed in international tours and television specials before forming Turtle Island Productions to create and produce live and televised entertainment including the American Open, TLC's Ice Diaries, and NBC's Brian Boitano Skating Spectacular for White Canvas Productions. He has also coached internationally competitive skaters, including locals Amber Corwin and in 2003, world champion Michelle Kwan. To contact Scott Williams, please call/email: 310-937-0573 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom Kearney has worked in the entertainment industry since the age of 10. Landing roles in television and film, he also worked as a voice talent for animation and appeared in over 40 national commercials. He later worked as a stand up comic, which dovetailed, into writing, then directing and into producing. In 2002 Tom created Pinch Hit Productions, which produced Films, TV shows and commercials. After writing and directing 4 films, Tom founded the Hermosa Beach Film festival, Hermosa Shorts, which has been called one of the best film festivals in the Country. To contact Tom Kearney, please call/email: 310-430-3797/ email@example.com
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