Detroit, Mich. (PRWEB) September 24, 2013
AirTime Trampoline & Game Park will be the filming location for a new docu-reality series called “Massive Amounts of Good” on Saturday Sept. 28 and is looking for extras for the TV shoot. The TV crew will be filming AirTime Trampoline guests jumping on trampolines all day Sept. 28 culminating in a benefit concert at the 31,000 square foot indoor trampoline park that evening. The concert lineup includes Detroit’s own Grammy Award winning DJ Head, Detroit’s own Guinness World Record Holder Julian Pavone (youngest professional drummer since age 4), “American Idol” finalist Reed Grimm, international beatboxer Heatbox, hip hop artist Deploi, soul musician Mark Joseph, and Detroit rapper Drew 32. The concert will be kicked off at 9 pm with the spectacular Detroit Pistons Flight Crew, Pistons Cheer, Pistons Dancers and Pistons Drumline. The day’s performances will also include the Canadian national trampoline gymnast, Greg Roe, who will be offering tumbling classes and demonstrations throughout the day.
The “Massive Amounts of Good” (MAOG) pilot episode will chronicle the beginnings of this emerging non-profit, while providing viewers with an inside look at a uniquely talented group of creators attempting to raise money for various non-profit organizations throughout the Midwest. Blessings in a Backpack is the Michigan based non-profit that will benefit from the event at AirTime. This non-profit provides free weekend meals for Michigan children in need.
The creators and main characters of the TV series include Dr. Turner Berg (founder of MAOG & former director of The Art Institute of Michigan-Troy), Reed Grimm (American Idol finalist and multi-instrumentalist/performer), and Shannon Pitzele (tour manager & talent agent). Viewers will get the unique opportunity to learn more about the highlighted non-profits while getting a back stage pass to the benefit shows and the performances. Viewers will be along for the ride as the “Massive Amounts of Good” team reveals the success of these events at the apex of each episode and delivers the earnings to each of the non-profit organizations and see how the proceeds will directly benefit local residents.
Guests may participate as extras in the filming of the show by purchasing jump admission or concert tickets for admission on Saturday Sept. 28th. Tickets are available for purchase now at http://www.airtimetrampoline.com or by calling 248-918-0909.
AirTime Trampoline & Game Park is a 31,000 square foot indoor trampoline park offering open jump, birthday parties, corporate events, field trips and fundraisers. AirTime is a family-owned business based in the Detroit, Mich. area with its Troy Marketplace open since October 2012 and two additional Detroit area locations planned by summer 2013. AirTime is dedicated to supporting local musicians and features live band performances and local music on the park’s playlist, while offering a family-friendly, safe and exciting place to jump and experience AirTime.
For additional information or to book your party, fundraiser, field trip or corporate event, please visit http://www.airtimetrampoline.com or contact 248-918-0909.
For more information on the non-profit organization Massive Amounts of Good, the concert tour or television pilot, please visit http://www.massiveamountsofgood.org.