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Jump Man: How Sky Zone Went From Failed Extreme Sport To A $300 Million Business

Robert Gallagher

Jeff Platt, CEO of Sky Zone, jumps at a company outlet in Gardena, CA. (Photo by Robert Gallagher for Forbes)

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Click here to read the joint letter with IATP and RoSPA regarding the BSI PAS Standard 

BSI PAS Joint Letter With RoSPA

International Association of Trampoline Parks (IATP) Statement on Canadian Trampoline Park Incident

EDMONTON, Alberta - Jan. 19, 2017 - PRLog -- The IATP agrees that trampoline jumping is best enjoyed when appropriate safety measures are in place. We advocate a risk management plan including supervision and protective padding adequate for the facility and activities that are offered. In addition, the IATP supports the ASTM International Standard and the BSI Standard for Trampoline Courts which includes: rigorous manufacturing and design criteria, monitoring courts, redundant netting, training and providing patron education.

We believe that the positives of youth recreational sports far outweigh the negatives and we are actively engaged in programs aimed at promoting the safety and well-being of patrons who visit our member parks.

The IATP encourages and supports more investigation into strategies to prevent injury, not just at trampoline parks, but also at home where guidelines for trampolines are neither as rigid nor effective as those in parks where activities are organized and supervised.

Founded in 2012, the International Association of Trampoline Parks (IATP) is dedicated to serving the interests of its membership and educating the trampoline park industry by promoting optimally safe operations, facilitating commercial success and stimulating growth of the trampoline park industry. The IATP is the trampoline park industry's most ardent safety and injury prevention advocate.  We closely monitor sports medicine, fitness and injury reporting and use it in a deliberate approach to the development of consensus safety standards for our members and for our industry.

The IATP has released the following statement to local and national media outlets:

International Association of Trampoline Parks (IATP) Statement in Response to The American Academy of Pediatrics’ Trampoline Park and Home Trampoline Injury Study

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IATP conducts Winter Planning Meeting
The International Association of Trampoline Parks (IATP) held its Winter Planning Meeting on Feb. 11 in New Orleans at the Double Tree Hotel. The IATP Board of Directors and committee chairs discussed goals, accomplishments, and plans for the future. Committee reports addressed membership, certification, standards, insurance, facility operations, government relations, and more.

Board member Ed Reed of Jumpstreet, said, "Part of the growth and success of IATP is due to the diversity of the Board of Directors, which represents large franchise groups all the way down to single park owners. All have a willingness to share their successes and failures; it's a very together group."

Dian Nissen of Nissen Trampoline Academy, whose father, George, invented the trampoline, said, "Our primary concern is creating safety training and certification that is consistent throughout the industry. I want to see trampoline parks thrive. The association helps guide people in the industry; the purpose is education for everyone involved: park owners, operators, and vendors. I hope more join the association, which brings us all together and promotes awareness of the industry." The IATP Annual Conference and Trade Show will be held Sept. 13-15 at the Sheraton Music City in Nashville, Tenn. For more information, visit ( Pictured: left, (l-r): Bob Ito of Alive Risk, Suzy Wolfe-Jewell of Trampolines Unlimited and Cloud 10 Jump Club, and Charles Hanna of Mini Melts of America; right, (l-r): Jeff Schilling of Creative Works, Dian Nissen of Nissen Trampoline Academy, and Robert Bice of Trampoline Hawaii. 

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Altitude Trampoline Park Richardson, TX

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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Altitude Trampoline Park Slidell, LA

Dallas, TX based Vertical LLC, d.b.a. Altitude Trampoline Park, has announced an agreement is in place for a 20119 sq. ft. facility in, Slidell, Louisiana at 61119 Airport Road.

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Rebounderz Expands Internationally With Bigger HQ

Company Plans For Additional Hires

October 14, 2015 // // SANFORD, Fla. – An indoor trampoline arena franchisor continues to grow quickly with its recent purchase of new headquarters and the opening of its first international arena.

Rebounderz Franchise and Development’s new headquarters at 605 Hickman Circle in Sanford is 11,700 square feet and will accommodate new hires as the company expands. The new space tripled Rebounderz’s previous headquarters space.

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The International Association of Trampoline Parks Supports New Colorado Regulation  

The International Association of Trampoline Parks Applauds the Colorado Department of Labor & Employment – Division of Oil & Public Safety Amusement Rides & Devices and Stakeholders in developing comprehensive Indoor Trampoline Park Regulation

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Altitude Trampoline Park Denton, TX

June 25, 2015 3:11 AM 

Denton, Texas (PRWEB) June 25, 2015

Dallas, TX based Vertical LLC., d.b.a. Altitude Trampoline Park, has announced an agreement is in place for a 33,000 sq. ft. facility in Denton, TX. Company officials stated that facility preparations on the site have begun and they expect to have the newest Altitude location operational by Mid-Fall 2015. Altitude has a large private room and in-park party areas for birthday parties, corporate outings, church groups, sports teams or any group size up to 350 people.

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Courtesy of: Fort Worth Star Telegram

Four Fort Worth companies named Small Businesses of the Year

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To Read the whole article Fast and Serious - Exclusive: Franchise Times ranks the smartest-growing brands click here - Franchise Times March 2015

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Former Skateland in Towson to be replaced by trampoline park

Mar 3, 2015, 1:14pm EST
By: Ryan Sharrow

A trampoline park will replace the former Skateland Roller Rink in Towson.

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Hurst Rebounderz Earns Outstanding New Business Award

Local indoor trampoline venue recognized for excellence.


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Courtesy of: 6 WECT

Port City jumps into the new year with new trampoline park

Posted: Jan 02, 2015 11:22 AM EST Updated: Jan 02, 2015 11:25 AM EST
Defy Gravity of Wilmington opened its doors at the end of December, and they've already seen sell out crowds at their trampoline park off Market Street. (Source: WECT)

Trampolines are sweeping the nation, and the trend has made its way to the Port City.

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Jumpstreet Indoor Trampoline Park Confirmed to Open Three Locations in Tennessee; Goodlettsville on December 17, in Time for Holiday Fun


GOODLESTTVILLE, TN--(Marketwired - Dec 4, 2014) - Add a little bounce to your holiday step! Jumpstreet Indoor Trampoline Park, an industry leader in providing families a safe, exciting, fun-filled venue, is opening its first of three locations in Tennessee in time for the holidays. The state's first Jumpstreet opens Dec. 17 at Rivergate Mall; the second location will open in Franklin at Cool Springs Galleria in early January 2015. A third site will open in Murfreesboro at Marketplace Centre by mid-March. The Tennessee locations will generate about 120 local jobs, offering benefits for full-time staffers. 

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Scotland's first indoor trampoline park is finally here

After much anticipation and build-up, the long awaited indoor trampoline park, Air Space has finally opened in East Kilbride.

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