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Support the Fort Wildflower Playground with Best Gymnastics to Win!

The Fort Wildflower Playground is a one-of-a-kind design, created by the imagination of Flower Mound children. It will be located in the upcoming Heritage Park on the northwest corner of Garden Ridge and Spinks Road in Flower Mound, TX. The Town’s goal is to provide a place where children of all abilities can play and have fun. This community-built playground will exceed Americans with Disabilities Act standards and include amenities to challenge children of all abilities.

Best Gymnastics is proud to be a Fort Wildflower Playground sponsor and we would like you to join us in helping build a playground together! Families have the opportunity to purchase personalized bricks for $100 and pickets for $50 that will be permanently displayed at the playground. Buy one for yourself, your family members or honor a special friend or teacher. Each of these purchases is a 100% tax deductible donation.

We will enter everyone who purchases a personalized brick or picket through Best Gymnastics by July 27th into a drawing to win one prize of your choice from the following:

  • A FREE Birthday party
  • A FREE month of one gymnastics class (up to $79)
  • Five FREE camp sessions

Simply ask a Best Representative for a purchase form and return it with your payment to our front desk and you will be automatically entered into the drawing! We will also place your name on our ‘Support the Fort’ display located in the gym to show you and Best Gymnastics are proud to help build the Fort Wildflower Playground!

Hundreds of volunteers will come together to make history and construct Flower Mound’s first community built playground in five days during September. Best Gymnastics will be volunteering and if you are interested, please visit the Fort Wildflower Playground website for more details and like the Fort Wildflower Playground Facebook Page for updates.

See you in the gym!

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