AirTime Trampoline & Game Park Jumps Into Northern Ohio

AirTime Trampoline is excited to announce their expansions into the greater Toledo Ohio Area.

Press Release updated: Jul 11, 2018 10:15 EDT

TROY, Mich., July 11, 2018 – AirTime Trampoline & Game Park, focused on family fun and fitness, announces the expansion into the Toledo, Ohio area. Mahera and Nader Abdelghani have recently signed on with AirTime Trampoline and Game park to bring family fun to the northern part of Ohio. Expected to open their first location in by late Fall 2018, the expansion is part of the company’s focus on growth across the USA and Canada. The Abeleghani’s are starting with one park in the Toledo, Ohio area but are already discussing opening additional parks in the future.

“We chose AirTime, as we have visited other trampoline parks and AirTime is different. They are much more family focused and kid-oriented. AirTime is more than just trampolines, and they have different activities for the entire family to enjoy. As parents to 3 children, we like the fun atmosphere but also appreciate AirTime's focus on safety.” – Mahera and Nader Abdelghani – Owners, AirTime Toledo, Ohio Area

AirTime Trampoline and Game Park, founded in 2012, has indoor trampoline courts which are designed as a fun and fit outing for all ages, shapes, and sizes. Providing a safe and healthy activity for families is always top of mind. The facility spans over 30,000 square feet and offers something for everyone. Each park has open jump areas where families can jump together along with separate mosh pits; dodgeball; a basketball “Jam Session” area; and even a special Tweeter section just for children six and under. In addition to these trampoline park staples, we are always adding new attractions leading the way with trend-setting activities. Our recently built and new parks will have additional attractions, including a Ninja Warrior course, rock climbing wall, and battle beam to name a few. 

“We are excited to welcome Nader and Maher to the AirTime family. Franchise growth has been a priority for us at AirTime, and we are proud to add Ohio to the list. We have recently added franchises in the Boston Area and are in development in several other locations, what makes AirTime different is that we are focused on safety for our guests and unparalleled support for our franchisees. “

Sam Lundy

Chief Operating Officer

Most importantly, each court is staffed at all times by court monitors who are trained in first-aid and are always there to oversee the safety of all jumpers. We also monitor trends in security making sure to construct all courts using the most up-to-date materials available. We follow the International Association of Trampoline Park which sets standards for the trampoline industry.

AirTime is based headquartered in the greater Detroit area and currently has six locations open, with planned growth in Michigan, Ohio and Massachusetts. For more information on AirTime Trampoline & Game Parks or to inquire about franchise opportunities, visit http://airtimetrampoline.com.

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Source: AirTime Trampoline & Game Park

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