Warwick, Warwickshire (PRWEB UK) 23 October 2015
>25,000-sq. foot, 70 new jobs, party and conference facilities for up to 80 people, 150 jumper capacity – the figures all add up to make Warwick’s new trampoline park a formula for business success. Subject to planning permission, the team plans to open its doors to the public to a facility in Warwick in March 2016.
On the back of the successful launch of Jump In’s first Trampoline Arena in Slough, the entrepreneurs behind Jump In plan to launch at least three new sites within the next 12 months, Warwick being the first in their expansion plans. Trampoline parks are the latest trend in the UK, and Jump In differentiates itself with the highest quality equipment, innovative features and family-friendly events and pricing.
Jump In Trampoline Arena, which is powered by Altitude Trampoline Parks (a leading international operator with multiple sites across the US, as well as Japan, UAE, South Africa and India), also operates a licensing programme, partnering with entrepreneurs to help them launch their own trampoline arenas. Their goal is to bring a Trampoline Arena to every major market in the UK and further afield in Europe.
Trampoline parks provide a family activity and exercise centre like no other. With a range of high-energy activities, it offers healthy fun for all the family, including 3D Dodgeball, Kid Zone, Foam Pits, tumble tracks and a huge main court where people can jump freely between interconnected trampolines and literally bounce off the walls. With the ‘obesity epidemic’ constantly in the news, people are looking for new ways to get fit, and it’s far easier to maintain an exercise regime if you can enjoy yourself while doing it. Providing an exercise facility that feels more like fun than hard work, that all the family can enjoy together, is a shrewd business move, and if the American models are anything to go by, Jump In is guaranteed success.
Jump In will create 70 new full and part time jobs, with potentially more to come, making a significant impact on the local economy.
"Jumping is great fun and happens to be great for your health, too" says Gavin Lucas, Jump In CEO. “We place a focus on providing a safe, clean, affordable and family-friendly environment that set our parks apart, and keeps people coming back,” Lucas explains.