Los Angeles Playground Advances GameTime's Legacy and Leadership in Custom Playscapes
The Westchester Recreation Center in Los Angeles, California recently debuted a custom, inclusive playground from GameTime that beautifully integrates its geography and culture into the play space.
The City of Los Angeles contacted GameTime after seeing many of their custom playground projects, including “Everybody’
The PlayWorx program was launched in 2007 to fulfill community visions for custom and themed recreation spaces. “We’ve been pioneering innovative play systems since 1929, but the PlayWorx program has really taken playgrounds to a whole new level. These are community-building recreation areas that honor a city’s heritage, culture or vision, “ says Tom Norquist, Senior Vice President for GameTime. “Westchester was our 97th PlayWorx project, and there are many more on the horizon. Cities and townships across the country are working with GameTime to design innovative, custom playgrounds with themes that are specific to their community."
Doris Dellinger is the Product Manager for the PlayWorx program. She is thrilled with the result of the Westchester project and looks forward to working with more communities. Said Dellinger, “It is exciting to work with communities and hear their ideas and then make them a reality. We’ve created trees, birds, huge butterfly sculptures that show the process of metamorphosis, wild west towns and more. The only limit to this program is a community’s imagination."
For more information on the PlayWorx program, call 800–235–2440, email email@example.com or visit http://gametime.com/
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GameTime pioneered the commercial playground industry in 1929 with a commitment to enriching childhood through play. GameTime combines the vast wealth of research and intellectual resources of our parent company PlayCore with an unmatched distribution network to lead the industry with innovative products, programs and play environments that inspire a child's imagination and promote health and wellness for future generations