New Altitude Trampoline Park announced in Marysville, WA

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Marysville, WA based A & D Trampolines, LLC announced the opening of a new 28,000 sq. ft. Altitude Trampoline Park in Marysville, WA. Company officials state that facility preparations have begun and they expect to have the newest Altitude location in full operation by July 2016.

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Altitude is very excited to announce our expansion into the Pacific Northwest.

Marysville, WA based A & D Trampolines, LLC announced the opening of a new 28,000 sq. ft. Altitude Trampoline Park in Marysville, WA. Company officials state that facility preparations have begun and they expect to have the newest Altitude location in full operation by July 2016. Altitude Marysville will have over 100 inter-connected trampolines and plenty of in-park party areas for birthdays, corporate team outings, church groups, sports teams or any size group.

“We are very excited to announce our expansion into the Pacific Northwest. We expect this Altitude Trampoline Park to add over 50 part-time, as well as several full-time jobs to Marysville, WA," said Curt Skallerup, Altitude President/CEO.

Altitude Trampoline Park Marysville will be the first indoor trampoline park in the Marysville/Everett area. The park will include a variety of activities such as Dodgeball, Basketball Dunking Lanes, Kid Zone, Foam Pits, Gymnastics Tumble Tracks, Battle Beam as well as a huge main court.

"The Altitude Marysville Park will be equipped with the most innovative state-of-the-art equipment and will offer the same great family friendly fun and clean environment that has made Altitude the envy of the Trampoline Park Industry," said Jeff Rutten, Altitude COO.

Altitude is the world’s premier trampoline park company with over a dozen parks operating in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Massachusetts, New York, Puerto Rico and England. Over 40 additional parks are scheduled to open domestically and internationally in 2016 and 2017.

Visit us at http://altitudetrampolinepark.com for more information.

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