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Broken Arrow Roller Sports
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551 W Oakland Pl Broken Arrow, OK 74012
551 W Oakland PlUSOKBroken Arrow74012
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daisy nava
reviewed 10 months ago
OMG i go there every friday!! I allwase go there to hang and have fun with friends!! But.... the bathrooms are horrable None of the stalls have locks the floor and walls are allwase wet. Once someone stole my sperrys there i asked one of the staff members if they seen them they told me "thats why you dont bring $40 shoes here" in a very rude tone. >:o They have a very strict dessing code ! once i broughtsome shorts ,yes they where short but not that short, the owner told me i couldnt wear them ( i went home and put on some longer ones) Then when i was inside ... i saw the owner let passed 2 15/16 year olds in . they had shorts that where even shorter than mine ( im 13 ) . the staff members are rude sometimes. they dont really pay attention to the kids / teens there. they only have 1 secrity gaurd there but only on fridays. And etc.. But its really fun skating there they have clean music and a food (eating) center. Bring your kids there anytime but not on fridays.
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A Google User
reviewed a year ago
Awful experience!!! The owner met us in the parking lot telling our children their shirts were 1/3 inch too short and that we needed to. It some from him. Once we were in, they played inappropriate music that teenagers making out to?!? Not a place I will ever take my 5 and 7 yr old again
A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
We do have a strict dress code. Do not ladies in dressed scantily since we cater primarily to kids. Cleavage and short shorts have no place here. We offer shirts (ones we wash after every use) to help cover up. It is not our fault kids cry because their parents refuse the loaner shirts and say we are f*****g stupid for having a dress code. Our bathrooms were just remodeled so Petals must be a bit particular. I wasn't even there this weekend in question so thanks Petals for bashing us rather than informing us.
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Skylar D
reviewed a year ago
After working here for quite sometime, I have seen it all. Customers being rude to customers praising the place because of how the owner runs it. I would take my nephews here all the time if I could. The environment is a safe place adults can drop off their children, or hang out with them as well. As an adult who worked there at a point and time and who have taken kids up there who I babysit I would say this is the greatest skating rink in Oklahoma. Don't listen to the angry comments of parents who can't follow the BA School Dress code, or kids commenting on this saying that they "sold his hat". If you want a safe place to take your kids and a fun environment I would always say Broken Arrow Roller Sports is the place to be.
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A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
Ok - So, we planned on going skating today and were really excited!!! Showed up at Broken Arrow Roller Skating with my 3 kids (10, 6 and 2) (when they opened). As we were waiting in line the owner came out and said that Lexi's shorts were too short and we couldn't come in.(He was not nice about it - he got right in my face and before I could respond, he was gone) OK - Have a dress code, but if people don't know your dress code people can't abide by it. And, it's not just that ...- they were rude and frankly downright mean. They wouldn't even speak to me and just kept telling me I was holding up the line and needed to leave. I had a two year old that was crying because he wanted to go skating!!!! They were completely inappropriate and rude! We left and went down the street to the Rhema Skating Rink - A Christian environment and MUCH NICER people. Had a great time skating at Rhema and will never be back to BA Roller Rink. The owner is rude, mean and well, rude and mean. I don't know how else to put it. He completely ruined our day! I hate mean people! BTW - My daughter, who they sd was wearing too short of shorts was crying by the time we left. My two year old was crying because he didn't understand why he couldn't skate. Thankfully, Rhema is a great and better alternative!!!!
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A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
I love to skate here. For a girl who has dreams of becoming a Jammer on a derby team, it's the best place to get in good exercise and test out a few of the things on the minimum skills test. At bouts, my family gets pretty crazy cheering for our girls. Employees are nice and helpful. Floor guards could be a lil more attentive especially to the little kids that are just learning, but they do a great job at the dj booth and with the games. Bathrooms are clean. And the snack counter is great for getting a lil extra energy or taking a good break. Prices are great too.
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