AirTime Announces First Indoor Trampoline Park Coming to Michigan

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Troy Selected as Flagship Location for This Extreme Trampoline Destination

"AirTime is proud to call Detroit home."

AirTime Trampoline & Game Park today announced the launch of Michigan’s first indoor trampoline park, opening in the Detroit metro area July 2012. This extreme park will provide fun and excitement where teens, kids and adults can experience airtime while jumping on wall- to wall trampoline playing structures.

AirTime has selected Troy Marketplace in the city of Troy, as Michigan’s first trampoline destination featuring over 15,000 square feet of trampolines. The indoor park will include trampoline areas divided by age groups, trampoline dodgeball and a foam pit for maximum airtime. This pulsating trampoline experience will be powered by music including live DJ and band performances. AirTime will provide jumpers an exhilarating way to bounce to great music, test their tumbling skills and have fun with family and friends. With private party areas able to accommodate up to 120 party guests, AirTime will be a unique destination for birthday parties, corporate events and school fundraisers.

“We are so excited to bring this indoor trampoline phenomenon to Michigan,” said Will Wannemacher, owner of AirTime Trampoline & Game Park. “When selecting the location of our first site, we evaluated cities all over the country. In the end, we knew that Detroit was the perfect place to launch our trampoline and music experience. AirTime is proud to call Detroit home."

AirTime Trampoline Park Troy, LLC, is a family-owned business based in the Detroit, Mich. area. AirTime Trampoline & Game Park will open its Troy Marketplace location in July 2012 with three additional Detroit area locations planned by fall 2013. AirTime is dedicated to supporting local music while offering a family-friendly, safe and exciting place to jump and experience airtime.

For additional information or to book your private party , school or corporate event , please visit or call Pam Wannemacher at (248)321-2365.

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