MESA, Ariz. – Arizona Fusion, a cheer and tumbling gym in the East Valley that specializes in competitive and performing cheer teams, tumbling classes and preschool, is partnering with Legacy Sports Park for its new location at the 320-acre, multi-use family sports and entertainment complex that is set to debut in January of 2022.
Legacy Sports Park will manage and operate Arizona Fusion, which will be directed by gym owner Brandis Farrelly. The gym features four developmental cheer programs – Recreational, Performing, Competitive Non-Traveling and Competitive Traveling Cheer teams. Arizona Fusion also features an open enrollment Tumbling program, a number of tumbling clinics and cheer prep camps, and is home to the popular AFC Little Learners Preschool Program.
“Arizona Fusion has a great reputation and is an extremely popular gym for Cheer and Tumbling and we are thrilled to welcome them to Legacy Sports Park,” said Brett Miller, President of Legacy Sports USA. “It’s a first-class, family-focused gym that offers programming for all ages, and we know that Brandis and her team will shine in our new state-of-the art facilities.”
Farrelly founded Arizona Fusion Cheer and Tumble in 2009 with a goal to create a healthy and supportive environment that allows athletes to learn life skills through cheerleading and tumbling. Throughout its 12 years, Arizona Fusion has remained one of the most successful cheer gyms in the East Valley because of its passion and commitment to youth sports. The successful AFC Little Learners Preschool Program has tripled in size in just three years, and the gym also offers multiple programs and levels for students of all ages led by a top-notch coaching staff.
“We believe youth sports builds friendships, self-confidence and memories to last a lifetime, and that is the environment we offer at Arizona Fusion, Farrelly said. “While it is bittersweet to leave our location of more than 12 years, we are excited and eager for this next chapter and to be aligned with a world-class facility and partner like Legacy Sports Park.”
Legacy Sports Park is a privately owned, 320-acre multi-use family sports and entertainment complex in Mesa, Ariz., currently under construction with plans to officially open to the public in January of 2022. Legacy Sports Park will create more than 1,500 jobs and generate hundreds of millions of dollars in direct economic impact back to the surrounding community, with an expected three million visitors annually. Legacy Sports Park is the vision of Randy J. Miller, Chairman of Legacy Sports USA, Chad J Miller, CEO of Legacy Sports USA, and Olympic Gold Medalist Dan O’Brien, Director of Performance Training at Legacy Sports Park. In addition, Legacy Sports Park will also include a multi-purpose arena and outdoor amphitheater designed for live events, family shows, exhibitions, and conventions. The project will be developed in one single phase constructing outdoor and indoor team athletic facilities geared to high energy entertainment, sports venues. For more information on Legacy Sports Park visit www.LegacySportsUSA.com. For a virtual tour visit https://www.legacysportsusa.com/virtualtour.