AUG 01] SKYDOME / JUMPIN JAKS NEWS
Jumps In At City Hotspot
former lifeguard has answered an SOS to join the growing
entertainment team at one of the city’s busiest nightspots.
life saver Chris Reader, 22, has arrived at SkyDome-based Jumpin
Jaks live entertainment bar after impressing at the chain’s branch
in his hometown.
CHRIS READER, JUMPIN
900-capacity Jumpin Jaks is the most successful in the country and
manager Andrew MacLeod believes that is a major factor in bringing
the country’s top entertainment staff to the city.
are seen as the flagship which is an ideal place for a former
life-guard to work!
impressed hugely in Bournemouth and built up a fantastic rapport
with the customers which is exactly what Jaks is about.
has been tipped as one of the most promising entertainers in the
chain and we had no hesitation in offering him the Coventry post
when it became available.
was the manager in Bournemouth when Chris first started out in the
industry and it is great to see the progress he has already
himself is delighted to have been offered one of the leading
entertainment posts in the country and is aiming to further enhance
Love, the entertainment manager, will be great to work with – I
have already seen how much fun she has with Coventry party-goers,
hopefully that will be doubled now.
idea of Jaks is to make sure everyone has as good a time as
possible and I am looking forward to helping the unit live up to
its ‘best party in town’ catchphrase.
was head life-guard at the biggest swimming pool on the south
coast but when Jaks opened in Bournemouth I believed it was
something I could really make a career of – that is now proving
to be true.
enjoyed my time there but I did not hesitate when I was offered
the role in Coventry, it is one of the most respected units and
Andrew MacLeod is one of the most respected managers, there can be
few better places to continue learning.”