Friday, May 9, 2014

Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park to Open in Pine Brook This Spring

Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park

Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park to Open in Pine Brook This Spring; New Location to Add Approximately 125 Jobs to the Local Economy

PINE BROOK, NJ (May 7, 2013) – Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park, creator of the world's first all-trampoline walled playing court, today announced that it will open its first New Jersey location at 60 Chapin Rd. #3, in Pine Brook, this spring.  Owned and operated by Go Ahead and Jump 1 LLC, Sky Zone is a 30,000 square foot facility that will include an Open Jump court, threeUltimate Dodgeball courts, an Ultimate Volleyball court, SkySlam basketball court, SkyRobics and a Foam Zone.  The new Sky Zone location will add approximately 125 jobs to the local economy.

Sky Zone will defy gravity with its newest park, offering New Jerseyans the ultimate 3-D play experience.  Its all-trampoline walled courts are designed for optimal air time with popular activities such as Open Jump, offering a court of connecting trampolines where the sky is the limit, Ultimate Dodgeball, for a fresh new take on that favorite childhood pastime, Sky Slamwhich gives everyone the opportunity to slam dunk a basketball, Ultimate Volleyball allowing jumpers to set, dig and spike from new heights and SkyRobics, an innovative fitness class that burns up to 1,000 calories in one hour.  Freestyle flyers can also practice their moves as they soar into the giant Foam Zone.

“We’re very excited to bring the first Sky Zone location to the Garden State,” said Mike Janay, Sky Zone franchise partner in Northern New Jersey.  “Families are always on the lookout for fun new forms of entertainment.  From Open Jump to a variety of sports courts, Sky Zone provides hours of fun for both kids and adults, allowing our guests to literally bounce off the walls.”

Sky Zone is available for every kind of outing, from birthday parties, dodgeball tournaments, fundraising events and corporate team building to memorable class field trips.  All ages, shapes and sizes are invited to HAVE FUN, FLY SAFE at Sky Zone.

“Since our inception in 2004, Sky Zone continues to entertain, excite and evolve family entertainment while infusing Active Funinto a healthy lifestyle,” said Jeff Platt, president of Sky Zone LLC.  “As we look to expand our presence in the New Jersey market, we are pleased to offer residents a new twist on recreational activities.  Our goal is to have fans in every city, nationwide jumping for joy!”

Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Parks are located throughout the United States and Canada to welcome jumpers of any age, shape or physical ability for a one-of-a-kind experience.  For more information on Sky Zone, including class and event details, please visit

About Sky Zone, LLC
Since 2004, Sky Zone, LLC has created and built the world’s first all-trampoline, walled playing court – a concept so unique it was awarded United States Patent No. 5,624,122.  Sky Zone, LLC operates three affiliate-owned indoor trampoline parks, with franchises open across the United States, Canada, Mexico and Australia.  Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Parks feature a wide array of fun, fit and low-impact activities ranging from Open JumpUltimate Dodgeball and SkyRobics fitness classes to birthday parties, corporate events and other group outings.  The franchise has been awarded various accolades, including being ranked 180 on the 2013 Inc.’s 500/5000 List, “Best Gym Alternative” by Vegas Seven Magazine, “2012 Locals Choice for Kid’s Birthday Party” by Southbay Magazine and one of Entrepreneur’s 2013 “Fresh Concepts Livening Up Franchising.”  For more information on the company or franchising opportunities, please visit

1 comment:

Phoenix said...

Trampolines are one of the most dangerous "toys" available today! Yes, insurance premiums will rise, and your agent will want you to get an umbrella policy too because if any child other than yours gets hurt, you're looking at a huge settlement. I saw it a lot during my years in the insurance world.
As any child of a pediatrician will tell you - NO! It's one of the most dangerous backyard "toys" in existance and causes a significant percentage of childhood injuries. Far more, my dad says, than not wearing a bike helmet or playing on monkey bars.