Believe it or not, naked skydiving is actually a "thing" in skydiving. Many would say that jumping from 13,000 feet is extreme. Even supermodels don't look runway worthy falling at 120mph as it pulls on skin in ways that don't show your best side. This is something many people don't think about when visualizing a naked skydive and is why we don't offer this as an option to our guests. So, if you're thinking about jumping in the buff, realize it's fun, but may not be all you thought it would be!It's been part of the culture for as long as anyone can recall and frankly... Here we'll take on this delicate topic of why people want to jump naked and also highlight the cons of jumping in the buff. To tell the world that you've jumped from a perfectly good airplane while naked... Imagine being at the bar sharing your experience with your friends. Not every skydive has people landing on their feet or in the designated landing area. Yeah, it can hurt and leave you with marks to remind you about your naked jump for weeks after. We have over 500 hours of content in a mere 3 days. Remember when a surely wise elder of your family said "if you cant say something nice, keep it to yourself? every time is someone's first time, and not everyone has the artistic ability of Michelangelo - so if you have something shady to say, either keep it to yourself or your friends. Some people refer to Comic Cons or Celebration of certain Geek or Pop Culture. Some shows focus on guests but we primarily focus on programming, entertainment, workshops, contests, interaction and networking.While we continue to anticipate our con-goers to be on their best behavior as in previous years, with incidents at other cons rising - we want to be ahead of the game. These volunteers include first responders, medical workers, therapists, and crisis responders - as well as special education workers. -night cosplay, as with other cons, gets a bit more daring as the child-oriented programming has concluded for the day. Contests, Workshops, Seminars, Concerts, other Entertainment; we strive to bring a variety of fun and exciting things all weekend long. We encompass over 150,000 Square feet at the beautiful Chattanooga Convention Center and over 10,000 square feet at the Historical Chattanoogan Hotel.If you are having trouble disengaging from an enthusiastic conversationalist, feel overwhelmed or overstimulated, perhaps have had a little too much libations, or just simply dont feel confident walking back to your room or car alone - please feel free to walk up to one of our Valkyries or Shieldmen for assistance. We focus on Family friendly events (which is safe for all ages) at the Chattanooga Convention Center from noon Friday until Midnight; 9am Saturday until Midnight and 9am until 3pm on Sunday.We have partnered with Mobility equipment rentals provided by Chattanooga Mobility and Lifts To reserve equipment, please call Chattanooga Mobility and Lifts at (423) 875-3456 no later than 1 month prior to Con Nooga.
If you want to come see a guest, vendor, author or just get a feel without the higher priced badge - we recommend SUNDAY.
There is a delivery fee of that will be split among those who rent the equipment.
When you arrive at Con Nooga, please pick up your rental at Disability Services.
Honestly there is so much happening over the 3 days and the best value is to get a full weekend pass to cover everything we have to offer. The Board is committed to raising awareness, educating and strengthening the community, creating a safe environment and improving the human condition The VFW works to foster camaraderie among United States veterans of overseas conflicts.
However we understand some people may be strapped for time or just want to come see what Con Nooga is all about. They serve America’s veterans, the military, and their community.
We are all here to have fun, meet friends, be with our families, and share our fandoms. Stopping these issues starts when jerks, buttheads, and creeps know that their behavior is not accepted all the way from attendees to Con Nooga leadership.