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Casting Call 2017-12-12T22:00:52+00:00

Congratulations Ryan!

With over 22,000 votes ABC10 viewers selected you as the winner for the Quarry Park Adventures Talent Search

We are so grateful for the hundreds of talented families that took part in our 1st Annual Casting Call and the thousands of ABC10 viewers that took the time to vote after viewing our 10 finalists videos and bio’s.  All of the finalists will be invited to a private VIP tour at ABC10 and other benefits provided by Quarry Park Adventures.  Stay tuned for more information!

For additional information please call Phil MacDougall, VP of Marketing & Sales, philm@quarrypark.com or 916 750 1772

Thank you to all those that joined us at our Casting Call, thank you! We had an amazing turnout, over 200 future stars joined us as we partnered with ABC10 to help identify local talent for Quarry Park Adventures 2018 promotional campaign. There was no shortage of talent as people of all ages shined in front of the camera. Some danced, performed creative songs, wore unique costumes as they explained why they thought they had what it took to represent Quarry Park Adventures.

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About Quarry Park Adventures

Quarry Park Adventures is intended to provide family entertainment for both tourists and local residents with a mix of rock climbing and adventure related offerings augmented by quality food service and small retail store. The project has the potential to be a catalyst for commerce and development in Rocklin’s Quarry District, attracting customers to local businesses and generating tax revenues that could be used to sustain vital services and quality of life in the City.

In all Quarry Park development, special attention will be paid to the historical significance of the area. Architecture, antique fixtures, and other design aspects will be incorporated honoring what was once a center of the bustling early California granite industry, where stone was processed to help build the California State Capital Building.