One High-Flying Proposal

About Proposing to Your Boo On A Skydive

tandem skydiving

There are two leaps of faith that are unparalleled on this planet: jumping out of a plane and proposing to the love of your life.

Wanna do both at once?

We thought you might.

Proposing to your beloved is a leap of faith, for sure ­­-- and there's no better way to do it than after (or during) a skydive, in our not­-even-­that-­biased opinions. Here's what you should know:

1. WE'VE ENJOYED MORE THAN OUR SHARE OF PROPOSALS AT PIEDMONT SKYDIVING.

We're not sure if it's the gorgeous landscape, the friendly atmosphere or the proximity to one of America's most stimulating cities (Charlotte, don't'cha know?), but people sure do love to profess their love on our airfield. We're happy to facilitate yours! (We kinda love it, actually. It's fun.)

2. IT'S EASIER THAN YOU THINK.

Just give us a call and tell us your idea. We'll help you as much as we can! Don't worry -- ­­once you're here, we'll keep your secret until you're ready to let loose with the question...and if the weather gets in the way, you can do it another day. No problem.

3. NOT READY TO COMMIT? JUMP ANYWAY!

Jumping with somebody you love (or like, or appreciate intellectually or ­­-- y'know --­­ some random Tinder date) is one of the very best ways to get to know them better. It's not cliché; it's science. Don't believe me? Pull out your nerdiest reading glasses and check out this study. Yep.

What are you waiting for? We're looking forward to high­-fiving a freshly ringed hand! Give us a call already.

Something I wanted to do for myself and my kids for our birthdays.  Went with a group of eight (all family) and honestly could not have had a better time.  The facility was nice, and the people were honestly fantastic.  Made the entire experience that much better.  Sincerely appreciate the attention to fun and safety from all of the instructors, and absolutely recommend this to anyone looking for a unique thrill.

Oh...pay the money for the pictures and videos.  It's worth it...but hold the camera yourself.  Makes for interesting viewing later on.

» Randy Clark