11 Nov Freedom to Play
Play is universal. There is something special about the experience of playing that is recognized the world over. Whether it is the social benefits that come from the shared activities, the physical benefits from the active play, or just the opportunity to be creative in an unstructured environment, there is something unique about play that is shared by people all over the world. As Dynamo’s US and International Sales Director, Rob Lockhart observed during his various travels, “Playgrounds sound the same in any language.”
However, there have been times in our history where world events have caused this freedom to play, along with other freedoms, to be threatened. So on this, the 92nd anniversary of the signing of the Armistice that ended World War 1, Dynamo would like to take the opportunity to thank those that have served, and continue to serve, to protect our freedom to live, to work and to play. Dynamo remembers.