Sarasota-Bradenton International airport (SRQ) along with Be Creative Studios recently launched a online video featuring Sarasota resident and parkour specialist Sean Morris.
According to a press release by Be Creative Studios, the video was part of a vision to "create a unique and fast moving piece to compliment the Do You SRQ Campaign by showing the convenience and ease of traveling through SRQ."
Parkour is a "expressive movement sport" where the participate interacts with urban obstacles and surrounding terrain. Morris is a four-year competitor of NBC's American Ninja Warrior television show.
Watch the video below.
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