– May 19th Schereville – Stop #1 is a wrap! Stop#2 – June 16th Hessville – Stop #2, Done! Stop#3 – July 28th Munster Stop # 3, Gone!
Stop#4 – September 29th Asylum Skatepark
Stop#5 – October 13th Highland Skatepark
ISC Circuit is Live!
Register right now for the Circuit!
We have great gear and prizes this year, sign up now!
inHealth will be awarding one local skater a scholarship to the inHealth Emergency Medical Services EMT Academy this Year. Looking to start your career in the Medical Field?
You saw that right, inHealth will be co-branding an ambulance with the Driftwood Collective! Help us design it! Win the Design Challenge and your custom graphics will be placed on the next inHealth Ambulance!
Get Updates on the Newest Skateparks coming to NWI
The team has been hard at work advocating for local skateparks and with the support of each town we work with, we are building some amazing places to skate!
Portage Skatepark Data
This Data Drive is to help spur support for construction of a new skatepark
RIP Woodland Skatepark, our goal is to rebuild another great park in portage indiana
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Welcome to our mail list!
Driftwood and it’s supporters have a lot going on each year and we want to keep in touch with every rider out there. We are building Northwest Indiana Skateboarding and want you to be a part of it. This mail list is how we keep up to date with you. I’ll send you dates for the Illiana Skateboarding Circuit, request your input to help build skateparks in our surrounding communities, inform you of great things we have to offer riders and who knows what else the future holds we may call on you for.
There is a lot we do, but if i had to say we do just one thing, it is we are skaters helping skaters and we are happy to call you family.
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Why am i asking for so much data?
Not only do we host events but we are helping to build skateparks in NWI. Because we want to build parks, we need to know where the skaters live, experience levels, etc. Also, when we reach out to let you know about town council meetings, we need to show the town exactly who we are representing and what age groups everyone falls into. Many towns are very accepting of skatepark initiatives once we can show that how many people we are really providing for with a skatepark from their town. The numbers usually surprise them. We have those numbers because you have submitted your data.
Basically, you fill out this form and the data is stored in our mailing list. I use your e-mail to send out notices and use the rest to provide needs analysis to the towns we are working with. The data stays with us and is not part of a larger information gathering process. This info really helps a lot. Just take a peek at the needs analysis we did for portage to see exactly how this can work.