SALISBURY, England, February 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Jack Hake, the oldest ever jumper to hit the heights with GOskydive wants to jump again! After completing his first tandem on the Salisbury airfield in October 2013 Jack seems to have developed a taste for adrenalin.
Jack, 93 made the leap in commemoration of the recent passing of his wife last August. The adventure seeker fulfilled a promise to his late wife that he would Tandem Skydive with her ashes when she passed. After attracting huge media attention via social media, the CBS America News team and ITV joined the team for the day of Jack's amazing feat of adrenalin fuelled adventure.
Since then daredevil Jack has reached the age of 94, but another year means nothing to him. He wants to go AGAIN. Jack is now planning his second tandem and is due to jump in June 2014 with the team at GOskydive, the new 'brand name' in aerial adventure.
Jack will be one of 5000+ first time Tandem Skydivers with the company in 2014, but none-the-less the team plan on making another big fuss! Media representatives from local and national press have been invited down to join in the excitement and mark another huge achievement from Jack.
The staff at GOSkydive are thrilled he enjoyed himself so much that he wants to complete another one and he's certainly the oldest that they've had on their drop zone. All the staff at GoSkydive are confident that Jack will love his second dive so much that he'll book in for a THIRD!
To learn more about this event please contact:
Rebecca Lyon, PR, Events and Promotions GOskydive.com Ltd