Raleigh and Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) May 12, 2014
Launching Pad Raleigh Trampoline Park Inc. is excited to announce that it has entered into a lease agreement for 33,604 square feet of space at 6421 Hilburn Drive in Raleigh (the former Linens N Things location off Glenwood Avenue) and construction plans are underway for a new indoor trampoline park. Opening is expected in October 2014.
The owners of Launching Pad Charlotte also have entered into a lease agreement for 30,090 square feet of space at The Commons at Chancellor Park, 8215 University City Boulevard in Charlotte (the former Marshall's department store). Construction plans are also underway for the Charlotte location which is expected to open in the Fall 2014.
Both Launching Pad locations will be exciting places for individual, family and group exercise and entertainment. Each location will have a Main Jump Court consisting of over 6,000 square feet of interconnected trampolines which will allow participants to jump and bounce off the walls. In addition, each will have two regulation size dodge ball courts which will allow for exciting pickup, team and league play. Jumpers will also be able to soar into a foam pit and practice their basketball dunking skills on multiple basketball lanes. Little jumpers at both locations will be able to hone their leaping skills on a 1,200 square foot Kids Court without interference from bigger jumpers. The Launching Pad will also offer trampoline aerobics classes and Teen Nights, complete with a DJ and dancing.
Other features of each facility will include a lounge with free Wi-Fi, multiple party rooms that can be combined for larger group outings, a snack bar, a mezzanine viewing area, a state-of-the-art arcade and other indoor entertainment attractions. Parking is plentiful at both locations. These features will make The Launching Pad an ideal location for birthday parties, school and church gatherings, fundraisers and corporate outings.
"We are incredibly excited about undertaking two new projects to bring a fun-filled family entertainment option to both the Raleigh and Charlotte marketplaces," said Kevin and Kristie Sisson, owners of The Launching Pad. "Both facilities will have plenty of room to host large gatherings and provide a fun, safe entertainment venue for children, teens and adults."