These Rules for Conduct and Safety are in effect during all operating hours. 78 Skate wants ALL CUSTOMERS to enjoy the facility with their friends and family. We strive to provide a clean, safe and family friendly atmosphere for all our customers.
The following rules will be enforced. These rules apply to everyone who enters our facility - parents and children.
All persons shall act in a manner suitable for a family friendly environment.
NO Tobacco products of any kind! (cigarettes, chewing tobacco and smokeless cigarettes included)
NO Gum Chewing!
NO food or beverage items are to be brought into building, with the exception of infant/toddler cups and birthday cake for RESERVED parties
NO In & Out privileges or loitering around the building. If you choose to exit the building, you will pay a re-entry fee, there are NO exceptions to this policy.
NO Foul Language!
NO alcoholic beverages, or anyone under the influence of alcohol or drugs, will be allowed on premise.
All patrons will dress in skating appropriate clothing. We do not allow mid-drift bearing shirts or halter tops.
All inline and quad skates brought in the building are subject to inspection and approval by management. NO MISSING WHEELS OR SHARP EDGES!
Fast, reckless, tag playing, or skating in an unsafe manner that may jeopardize the safety of others will not be permitted.
No sitting on divider walls, tables or counters.
All persons renting skates must wear socks (Socks may be purchased at Check-In)
For the safety of ALL skaters, the Roller Skate Helpers will NOT be allowed on the skating rink floor on Friday and Saturday after 7 pm.
When the skate session is over, tuck laces inside the rental skates and return them to the skate room.
All shoes, coats, purses, and personal belongings must be secured. At this time, 78 Skate does not provide rental lockers. Items may not be kept at the snack bar tables. 78 Skate is not responsible for any lost or stolen items.
All food and drink are to be kept in the snack bar area. We strongly encourage you not to leave drinks unattended for your personal safety.
Parent spectators only. Everyone entering building must pay admission.
Management reserves the right to inspect skate cases, back packs or similar items when entering or leaving building.
Please report all accidents to Management immediately.
Patrons must follow all posted and verbal rules and instructions. (State Law)
Management reserves the right to refuse entrance to anyone for any reason at any time.
NO cell phones may be used while on the skate floor for the safety of all patrons. Please exit the floor to make/receive phones calls or text messages.
Photo Release Statement: By entering the 78 Skate facility, you assign and grant to 78 Skate, the right and permission to use and publish the photographs/film/video and/or electronic representations made during activities inside the 78 Skate facility, and you hereby release 78 Skate, from any and all liability from such use and publication.
You hereby authorize the copyright, exhibit, broadcast, electronic storage and/or distribution of said photographs/film/video and/or electronic representations without limitation at the discretion of 78 Skate and you specifically waive any right to any compensation you may have for any of the foregoing.
Person's entering the building assumes all risk regarding accidents and injury. Georgia is a skate at your own risk state.
Risk AssumptionGeorgia Code
Torts - Title 51, Section 51-1-43
This Code section shall be known and may be cited as the 'Roller Skating Safety Act of 1993.
As used in this Code section, the term:
'Operator' means a person or entity who owns or controls or who has operational responsibility for a roller skating center.
'Roller skater' means a person wearing roller skates while that person is in a roller skating center for the purpose of roller skating.
'Roller skating center' means a building, facility, or premises which provides an area specifically designed to be used for roller skating by the public.
'Spectator' means a person who is present in a roller skating center only for the purpose of observing skating activity, whether recreational or competitive.
Each operator of a roller skating center shall be required to:
Post the duties of roller skaters and spectators as prescribed in this Code section in conspicuous places;
Comply with the safety standards ordinarily accepted in the roller skating rink industry;
Maintain roller skating equipment and roller skating surfaces according to the safety standards cited in paragraph (2) of this subsection; and
Maintain the stability and legibility of all required signs, symbols, and posted notices.
While in a roller skating center, each roller skater shall do all of the following:
Maintain reasonable control of his or her speed and course at all times;
Read all posted signs and warnings;
Maintain a proper lookout to avoid other roller skaters and objects;
Accept the responsibility for knowing the range of his or her own ability to negotiate the intended direction of travel while on roller skates and to skate within the limits of that ability; and
Refrain from acting in a manner which may cause injury to others.
Each person who participates in roller skating in a roller skating center accepts the risks that are inherent in that activity insofar as the risks are obvious and necessary.
A roller skater, spectator, or operator who violates the provisions of this Code section shall be liable in a civil action for damages for that portion of the loss or damage resulting from the violation.
Nothing in this Code section shall be construed to relieve an operator from exercising ordinary diligence in his or her operational responsibility.
NOTICE: "SKATE AT YOUR OWN RISK." Roller skating is a participation sport. There are certain risks that are associated with the sport of roller skating. When skating, you can fall for many different reasons. You can fall when you make contact with another skater; you can fall when you lose your balance due to your own inability to skate; you can fall due to other skaters' inability to skate. Because of the normal risks of roller skating and maintaining one's balance, you realize that when you roller skate, you are assuming such risks. We are not responsible for any injuries that we cannot control due to impulse or spontaneous actions of a person, which may cause you to fall. Every effort is maintained
Q: What is the admission policy at 78 Skate? A: 78 Skate is an admission facility. Unless you are a parent or guardian supervising a child, everyone must pay an admission fee whether they are skating or not.
78 Skate has NO In & Out privileges. Loitering around the building is not allowed. When you exit the building you will have to pay admission again for re-entry. There are NO exceptions to this policy.
Q: I would like to bring my family to 78 Skate, what are your hours and prices? A: Check the Calendar on the Home page for up to date hours, prices and specials.
Q: Where are you located? A: We are located at 220 Athens Hwy./Hwy. 78 in Loganville, next to Sonic. See the bottom right corner of the Home Page for a map and directions to our facility.
Q: I'm planning to have a birthday party at 78 Skate, can I bring my own cake and refreshments?
A: 78 Skate highly recommends the bakery located next to our facility, Karen's Sweet Confections. Take the hassle out of having to make an additional stop/phone call to purchase your cake, then have to go back to pick it up. Let Karen's Sweet Confections prepare your birthday cake and deliver it to your party room or tables on the day of the party – at no extra charge!
If you prefer to bring your own cake, we do allow birthday cake, cupcakes or brownies to be brought in with the purchase of a BOOKED party/event. No other outside food or drink is allowed on premises. Birthday cakes are only allowed in with the purchase of a birthday package. 78 Skate will consider special dietary needs on a case by case basis.
For additional information about our birthday packages, please visit our Birthdays page for more information.
Q: What forms of payment does 78 Skate accept? A: 78 Skate accepts cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. 78 Skate does not accept checks.
Q: Why don't you allow any gum in the building? A: Gum on the skating surface can be hazardous to other skaters. It is our goal to provide a clean and safe skating environment.
Please call 770.554.1800 if you have any other questions.
9:30am - Step & Abs Class
7:30pm - ZUMBA
8:30am Combat Class
8:30am - Align & Define
Cost is $5 per class or $40 for a 10 class punch card. So much fun and a great form of exercise! Call if you have questions -- 770.554.1800.
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