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“Swim Warriors Incorporated” swim school opens in Dawson County
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On Feb. 16, the Dawson County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony for Swim Warriors Incorporated, located at 471 Quill Drive. - photo by Erica Jones

Swim Warriors Incorporated, a swimming school offering instruction to all ages and levels of swimmers, has officially opened in Dawson County. 

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Swim Warriors Incorporated, located at 471 Quill Drive, is officially open for business in Dawson County. - photo by Erica Jones

Swim Warriors teaches students six months and older, and the program’s primary focus is survival swimming. All lessons are private, one on one lessons. The program also specializes in swim instruction for special needs students, which is one of the many things that sets it apart from other swim schools. 

“We’re just super excited for this opportunity; this business is really set apart from any other business that provides swim lessons in our area,” Office Supervisor Jennifer Luter said. “The fact that we focus on survival swim, teach private lessons exclusively, specialize in teaching swimmers with special needs of all ages — we’re just super excited to be able to serve our community in such a great way.” 

Swim Warriors was first started several years ago by owner Brooke Rapson, who has loved swimming her entire life and decided that she wanted to create her own program to teach swim her own way. 

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Swim Warriors Incorporated, located at 471 Quill Drive, is officially open for business in Dawson County. - photo by Erica Jones

The new Dawson County location of Swim Warriors opened recently and is located at 471 Quill Drive and includes an indoor pool for swim students to learn in. The company also offers another indoor location option in Gainesville, as well as an outdoor, seasonal heated rental pool in Dahlonega. Swim Warriors also provides an option for instructors to travel to over a dozen nearby counties to give swim lessons in their students’ pools. 

The Dawson County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony for Swim Warriors on Feb. 16. Before cutting the ribbon, the chamber’s President and CEO Mandy Power welcomed Rapson and her team to the community, voicing her excitement for having such a unique new business in the county. 

“What a great use of space that we have here; we love to see something adding to the community,” Power said. “It’s very specialized; it’s exactly what every mom and dad would want so we’re very excited about that.” 

To learn more about Swim Warriors Incorporated, go to https://www.swimwarriors.com/

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