At-home summer camp brings specialized programs to the backyard
MySuperSitter co-founder and CEO Seymour Gregorio on offering at-home, coronavirus-safe summer camps for kids.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, popular summer plans like vacations, sporting leagues and summer camps have been canceled.
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For busy parents who bank on day camps to occupy their kids over the summer, at-home solutions are gaining popularity. MySuperSitter CEO Seymour Gregorio told FOX Business’ Neil Cavuto on Monday that his company’s at-home summer camp program is taking off.
“We're getting a lot of interest and … we've gained about 20 new members over the last week, which has been pretty incredible for us,” he said. “And each membership has about four to five families involved.”
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The at-home camp includes certified instructors and sets up personalized programs to fit each individual lifestyle. Whether clients have a pool or a tennis court, Gregorio said the specialized programming gives access to all tools needed for camp in the backyard.