Jump IN! Starts SE Branch at Skydive Sebastian

parachute Club Jump IN! BBQ Fire
Parachute Club, Jump IN! opens South East Branch at Skydiving Sebastian.  Friday kicked off the first meet up to alert new and experienced jumper of the clubs formation complete with FREE Gear Rental and a FREE BBQ sponsored by the DZ and executed by Mark Norman.  Nothing but smiles all around and a lot of questions and thank you’s for all the effort.  Friday is the official meet up day, but as always, members can make any day a Jump IN! day.

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Weather hampered later day jumping, but Mark Norman took the reigns and created an excellent BBQ for jumpers who stuck it out to the end.  The first call to action is develop a membership marketing drive.  The group is composed of two communication efforts, The jump IN! Fan Page for video and photo content and and Local’s Email group for direct communication with members.  Once a good percentage of the local newbies and willing experienced jumpers join, communication and the like interest of skydiving with each other tends to exponentially grow the club from the inside out.

Right now Skydive Sebastian has an incredible new group of jumpers and a new influx of experience jumpers to tap into as well as a fresh energy provided by the manager, Andrea Roca.  Friday is the official meet up day, but as always, members can make any day a Jump IN! day.

In the Next Few weeks the goal is to get enough energy going for the arrival of the North East Club Jump IN! Skydive New England’s arrival.  North East Leaders, Brian Touhey, Chris Mabbot and Brandon Aaskov will be bringing close to 20 SNE jumpers to both Skydive Sebastian and ZHills in March 6-11.

Benefits to the Drop Zone and jumpers alike are increase in communication and camaraderie producing more jumping in a safer environment as now jumper and DZ management have one truly local email list to engage with and nurture.  Everything from typical newbie questions to safety issues, ie: canopy, are discussed and practiced.

Jump IN!’s Mission:

Inspire and nurture the skydiving culture and community one jump, one skydiver and one drop zone at a time.


Take the students and give them experience, take the experience and make them leaders and take the leaders and grow the drop zone.

Slogan: “Don’t Just Stand There, JUMP IN!”


The plan is to unify student jumpers and fun jumpers through education, camaraderie and leadership for the benefit of the individuals, the group and the business.

By Bridging the gap from Student Status to fun jumper through education and leadership training in a space that is safe and conducive to development, breeding the staff and leaders of tomorrow.

Examples include:
Social Hubs for communication, ie, Jump IN! Fan Page, email lists, events and courses concentrating on jumpers needs and wants.


  • Encourage the participation of all jumpers to share information and consciously create their skydiving vision.
  • Make the DZ safer by educating new jumpers earlier in their career and accelerating their learning process by quicker introduction into the community and culture of skydiving.
  • Create skydiving career direction for jumpers early on through quality organizing, video debrief and the open sharing of information and skills through all communication hubs.
  • Creating a unified tribe of fun jumpers through events produced solely by Jump IN! and it’s members including travel to other drop zones and locals.

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PS.- Check out more pics on the Jump IN! SEB Fan Page – You can also join the locals email group from there as well.

PSS – Check out the Jump IN! Testimonials Page

PSS – In the comments section:  Did you have a good time?  OR Do you have a club on your DZ and if not, do you want one?

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