SALT LAKE CITY, UT--(Marketwired - Aug 25, 2014) - Nexia Holdings, Inc. (
The Boise event will take place on Protest Road, near the Boise State University Campus starting at 11:00 am and going until 7:00 pm. We are expecting a sold-out event. If you have not reserved your spot, visit our web site at http://www.slidethecity.com and book now.
Slide the City™ is bringing 1,000 feet of soapy vinyl to brighten the city streets of Boise. Did we mention 1,000 feet? Yeah, that's over 3 football fields. We wanted you to know that our slide was made right here in the good ole U.S of A and travels with us throughout the country.
Slide the City™ is a family friendly slip-and-slide water party event. There will be live music, food, drinks, water, and of course the biggest slip and slide ever to hit asphalt. Don't worry, we got this thing padded. Bring your water balloons, buckets, floaties, and water guns (non-realistic of course), to squirt, spray, splash, and get all attending soaked.
Richard Surber, CEO of Nexia, stated, "The first event in Salt Lake City was an unbridled success. Our phones continue to ring off the hook with interested parties from across the globe. My team believes that Boise will greet Slide the City™ with great enthusiasm. Slide the City™ has ambitious plans to spread the fun far and wide. I believe that Slide the City™ has universal appeal which is very exciting because of the tremendous room for growth. Few people are really aware that Nexia is the majority owner of this event which will create a very interesting proposition for our current and prospective shareholders."
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