Altitude Trampoline Park Richardson, TX

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Fort Worth, TX based Vertical LLC, d.b.a. Altitude Trampoline Park, is very excited to expand their footstep in Texas and open in Richardson. An agreement is in place for a 23700 sq. ft. facility in the heart of Richardson, Texas.

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Fort Worth, TX based Vertical LLC., d.b.a. Altitude Trampoline Park, has announced an agreement is in place for a 23700 sq. ft. facility in Richardson, TX located at 110 West Campbell Road, Richardson 75080 neighboring Fox and the Hound Bar & Grill. Company officials state that facility preparations on site have begun and they expect to have the newest Altitude location in full operation early Spring of 2016. Altitude Richardson will have large party rooms and plenty of in-park party areas for birthdays, corporate team outings, church groups, sports teams or any size group.

“We expect this state of the art indoor trampoline park to add 50 or more part time, as well as several full time jobs to the Richardson area.” – Curt Skallerup, Altitude- President/CEO.

Altitude Trampoline Park – Richardson will be one of the first trampoline parks in Texas to house over 15,000 sq. ft. of trampolines as well as two Extreme Dodgeball courts, an interactive Foam pit, two Battle Beams, a Rockwall and a Trapeze Bar. Altitude Parks sets themselves apart by always offering activities such as Basketball Dunking Lanes, Kid Zone, Gymnastics “tumble tracks,” as well as a huge main court in all of their facilities. Altitude’s Richardson Park will be no different and will continue to complement its existing location in Fort Worth.

“Altitude is recognized as the industry leader in innovative and cutting edge park designs offering state of the art equipment.” – Jeff Rutten- Altitude- COO.

Visit our website at for employment information, opening dates and birthday party reservations. Like us on our Facebook page Altitude Trampoline Park – Richardson to see exciting park developments and special information on our grand opening festivities coming this Spring.

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