Kamen Rider Child Safety Day happened this past Saturday, November 14. ATA Martial Arts, Bandai America Incorporated and Adness Entertainment joined forces to educate kids on ways to help stay safe and fit with this free event in Stevenson Ranch, CA. The event combined the skills and stars of hit TV show Kamen Rider Dragon Knight with ATA’s Kidz ‘N Power curriculum for an unforgettable event for the whole family. ATA’s “Kidz ‘N Power” Child Safety Program program included activities such as simple break away self-defense instruction, role playing with possible stranger dangers, and methods to deal with bullies alongside trained martial artists.
A second “action class” with Kamen Rider Axe actor and martial artist, Mike Moh, demonstrated martial art stunts from the show. The event also kicked off the “Join the Kamen Rider Revolution” Sweepstakes at ATA Martial Arts Schools nationwide where entrants can win the Grand Prize Training Day with Kamen Rider actors and Martial Arts Champions Mike Moh and Matt Mullins in Hollywood, CA. Prizing also includes theme park tickets and Kamen Rider toys. The promotion runs from November 7 through December 5, 2009. Guests can enter at the event or online at www.bandai.com/kamenrider. No purchase is necessary to enter or win.
From Left to Right: Scott Skiles of ATA, Kamen Rider Dragon Knight, martial arts expert Mike Moh along with Jason Morgan of ATA Martial Arts Schools, team up to help kids learn to stay safe and fit.
Kids learn important safety techniques from Kamen Rider actor and martial arts expert Mike Moh at the ATA Martial Arts, Bandai America Incorporated and Adness Entertainment Child Safety Day in Stevenson Ranch.
Kamen Rider actor and martial arts expert Mike Moh leads an action class at an event to help kids learn to stay safe and fit.
All Photo Credits: Bob Riha for Bandai America Incorporated.
Italics are for the parts I did not write. Pictures and text thanks to Weber Shandwick PR Agency and Bandai America Incorporated.