美国赫恩登全新室内蹦床公园将于今年8月份对外开放

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Launch Trampoline Park室内乐园蹦床

今年夏天,位于美国弗吉尼亚州赫恩登的的富兰克林农场购物中心(Franklin Farm Village Shopping Center)将开设一个新的“起飞”蹦床公园(Launch Trampoline Park),并有望于今年八月初对外开放。

美国赫恩登全新室内蹦床公园将于今年8月份对外开放


 

“起飞”蹦床公园占地面积约25,000平方英尺(约2,322平方米),园区内的主要活动区域包括:纯蹦床区,躲避球蹦床区和一个可供全年龄段游客进入的大型泡沫蹦床区,同时设有一个街机和私人聚会室、咖啡馆,以及一个儿童餐厅。

美国赫恩登全新室内蹦床公园将于今年8月份对外开放


根据负责人卡林•本苏达(Karim Bensouda)介绍,除了常规的蹦床区域外,儿童和成人都可以尝试完成在公园里设置的“忍者障碍物”(ninja obstacle course)项目。他还说:“我们将会在工作日的早上开设‘学步儿童时段’,让学步儿童也可以享受到蹦床的乐趣,还能很好地开发智力。除此之外,还将为年龄较大的儿童提供‘少年之夜’,并举办一些主题活动,可供他们互相组团进行对抗活动。”

美国赫恩登全新室内蹦床公园将于今年8月份对外开放

 

另外,他还透露,该公园将不会有太严格的年龄限制,从2岁至85岁的顾客都可以在公园内玩耍;公园的工作人员还将随时监督顾客的人身安全,并确保不同年龄段的顾客不会混合到一起;大型泡沫蹦床区也将专门为年幼的孩子划分出一个特定游玩区域。

美国赫恩登全新室内蹦床公园将于今年8月份对外开放

 

在园区规划初期,卡林•本苏达还访问了其他州的另外三个地方,他认为大多数蹦床公园都位于远离闹市区的仓库中;而“起飞”蹦床公园是其中一个位于商场闹市区的蹦床公园,当地居民不需要驾车,仅仅步行就能到达乐园,这将成为一个极大的优势。

 

据悉,“起飞”蹦床公园还拥有自己的吉祥物--“乔伊”(Joey),一个7英尺(约2.13米)高的绿色袋鼠,顾客在生日派对和特别活动中都可以看到它的身影。

 

 

 

 

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Herndon, Virginia, to build an indoor trampoline park

 

A new Launch Trampoline Park will be opening at the Franklin Farm Village Shopping Center at 13348 Franklin Farm Road in Herndon this summer. Construction on the park has already begun with the hopes of opening in early August.

 

The roughly 25,000-square-foot park is taking over the space that used to be a Sears department store, according to Karim Bensouda of Ashburn, who will own and operate the park.

 

Bensouda also owns and operates the Kiddie Academy of Ashburn franchise.

 

“Because of the shared customer base of the trampoline park and the child care franchise, it was a good synergy for us,” he said. “This is just a complement to our portfolio of businesses that we have.”

 

Finding a location in a retail setting was important for Bensouda, as he says most trampoline parks are based in warehouse settings away from residential areas.

 

“It’s one, if not the only, trampoline park that is in a retail setting,” Bensouda said. “I’d like the park to be almost walking distance from the community versus having to drive to a flex warehouse setting,” he added.

 

Bensouda visited three other locations in other states before he decided to open his own. He liked that the franchise manufactures its own trampolines and equipment.

 

“The fact that they manufacture their own trampolines, they also have their own service for the trampolines so we can control the quality,” he said.

 

He said this would also allow him to change up the activities and setup to offer a variety of activities.

 

“We’re nimble enough to make it fun and have variety,” he said. “We won’t get bored or get complacent with the same activity over and over. We can cater to a diverse group of people, from children to parents to corporates,” he added.

 

The bouncing activities include: Trampolines, dodgeball areas with trampolines and massive foam pits for people of all ages.

 

The park will not have age limits. Bensouda imagines children as young as 2 or 3 years old can play in the park.

Staff members will be in place to monitor for safety as well as make sure age groups don’t mix on the trampolines. A section — the foam pit — will also be separated exclusively for younger children, according to Bensouda.

 

“We’re going to have what we call ‘toddler times’ that are going to happen during weekdays and in the morning,” he said. “That will allow them to come in and not have to basically be pushed around.”

 

Teen nights will also be provided for older children to roughhouse.

Children and adults alike can attempt to finish the “ninja obstacle course” that will be set up in the park.

 

“Unless you’re very, very into athletics and very fit, it can be challenging to complete,” Bensouda said, who was not able to finish the course at another franchise he visited.

 

But he does encourage the young at heart to jump into the fun if they are up for it.

 

“If you have an 85-year-old who is healthy and can jump, please come in,” he said. “The more the merrier.”

 

The park will also have an arcade and private party rooms.

 

“I’m over 40 years old and I sometimes play arcades myself,” he said.

A café will also feed patrons after they burn calories on the trampolines.

 

“We’re going to have smoothies, custom-made pizzas and other health options,” Bensouda said.

 

The Launch Trampoline Park franchise was founded in 2012 by Rhode Island entrepreneur Robert Arnold and retired New England Patriot cornerback and three-time Super Bowl Champion Ty Law. Arnold embarked on the vision for Launch in 2011 after he visited his first trampoline park with his wife and kids.

 

Launch Trampoline Park has its own mascot – “Joey,” a 7-foot-tall green kangaroo – who oversees fun at the park, assisting with birthdays and special events.

The franchise has two corporate locations in Warwick, Rhode Island and Hartford, Connecticut. The company is expanding its franchise nationwide.

 

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