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Meet Brandon Siebert of Ninja Dude Parties in Scripps Ranch

Today we’d like to introduce you to Brandon Siebert.

Brandon, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far.
I grew up playing ice hockey and played throughout college, while attending ASU I joined the boxing team and started to learn the art of fighting. Upon graduation I got into Martial Arts and from there realized it was a passion of mine and started to become an instructor. I have been teaching martial arts for 7 years and have always incorporated obstacle course training in my ninja and karate classes. From there I decided to create a company that would come to your house and run a ninja obstacle course for your child’s birthday! And I just kept adding things in like, ninja rolls and strikes to board breaking. This company is fairly new but is growing rapidly into something I could never imagine!!

Great, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
It seems like nothing is ever really smooth lol. There were times I would show up to a party only to find that the clients house had no grass and most of my obstacles are anchored into the ground for support. So there are little details on questions to ask and things to think of before undergoing a party. But with every hiccup we grow and something good comes out of it!

Please tell us about Ninja Dude Parties.
We are a kids Ninja obstacle course birthday party company. We set up a range of balance and coordination obstacles for your child to race through with his/her friends. We teach the kids how to do a proper roll and strike. At the end of the party the kids have the option of learning how to break a board. The thing that sets us apart from others is that we are unique, there are not many obstacle course Parties out there that will travel to you. And our staff really engages with the children to make it a high energy environment!

Do you look back particularly fondly on any memories from childhood?
Good question! I would have to say my favorite memory would be heading out to a park with my friends and just climbing trees and not having a care in the World.

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