The Seaside Jiu Jitsu Academy was recently featured in the recent addition of “Making The Dollar,” located in the business section of The Daily Astorian. Journalist, Edward Stratton made the trip doen to the Adamson Borthers martial Arts Academy to interview the brothers about their business and how its making progress in 2013. Ed asked the Adamson’s about how they got started on their journey in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and also what motivated them to start their school here in Clatsop County. The Adamson brothers explained how they started in Astoria, Oregon back in 2003 under the tutelage of a Carlson Gracie, brown belt.
Starton was also curious about what services we offer and the total amount of our students base. One of the main subjects of this particular interview was how the economy has affected their school. (If you would like to read the article you can click here to view it now.)
The Seaside Jiu Jitsu Academy and The Daily Astoria have had a long running relationship since they first opened their doors in 2008. “The journalism team and staff at the Daily Astorian have always reached out to us and helped spread our news to the local community. Further more, they have provided excellent coverage of our most prestigious events. We greatly appreciate their support with this recent review in, making the dollar.” said Coach Nathan Adamson
For local residents or travelers we coridally invite you to come check out the world renowned, Seaside Jiu Jitsu Academy! You will even recieve a free one on one private lesson with one on one with one of the Adamson Bros and get a guided tour of our facilltcty where you will meet our friendly staff and students. For local resdents who are excited about learning Brazilian Jiu Jitsu or MMA we will even go one step further and let you try 30 days free in our Intro Program. Our goal is to make sure you meet your goals and have fun while doing it. Stay tuned for more articles similar to, Making The Dollar coming soon including info about our upcoming community fundraiser/change campaign!