GameChanger Tailgate to Include Fun Games & Activities for Kids




May 24, 2022


Contact: Madolyn Kloster

Company: The Bridge Sports Complex


GameChanger Tailgate to Include Fun Games & Activities for Kids

An inflatable obstacle course, dunk tank featuring Mayor Andy Lang, and tons of fun games will begin at 5:00 PM on Friday, June 3rd.

[Bridgeport, WV] May 23, 2022 – People of all ages are invited to join the celebration of The Bridge Sports Complex becoming West Virginia’s first GameChanger sports complex on Friday, June . This family-friendly event will feature options for everyone, including a free food and an opportunity to listen to keynote speaker Ryan Leaf.

A 47’ inflatable obstacle course will be located in the Wesbanco Fieldhouse with the dodgeball tournament and dunk tank featuring Bridgeport Mayor Andy Lang. Other exciting attractions within the Citynet Center include a live DJ, photo booth, games, and face painter.

The event will begin at 5:00 PM and conclude with fireworks at around 9:15 PM. There is no cost to attend the event.

For more information about the event, contact The Bridge Sports Complex at (304)848-8270. More information will be released in the upcoming weeks.

About GameChanger: The mission of GameChanger is to educate the community about pursuing healthy, drug-free lifestyles. The Bridge will assist in this mission by providing the community’s youth an outlet for recreation that will allow them to rise above the influence of drugs. West Virginia currently leads the nation in opioid deaths, with 42 out of 100,000residents dying annually from drug overdoses, 82% of which involve opioids. The Bridge is excited to assist in breaking the cycle of addiction and preventing young people from turning to illicit substances.

About The Bridge Sports Complex: The Bridge, located in Bridgeport, WV, is the newest destination for all things sports, recreation, and wellness. Sitting on 126 acres in North Central West Virginia, The Bridge includes an outdoor turf field, baseball diamonds, multipurpose fields, walking path, and the Citynet Center, an indoor facility with 156,000square feet of courts, turf, aquatics, fitness, and more. To learn more, visit