Rockin' Jump Acquires Airbound Trampoline Parks in Winston-Salem and Greensboro


Rockin’ Jump announced the acquisition of Airbound Trampoline parks in Winston-Salem and Greensboro, bringing the number of parks under the Rockin’ Jump name to 43 parks.

“Airbound is the Triad’s first and largest trampoline park. We have a deep following of great and loyal customers,” said new owner and Winston-Salem resident Tim Zdyb. “The Triad community is growing, and so are we. By partnering with Rockin’ Jump, one of the largest family entertainment center brands, we added a lot of new attractions and you can expect many more to come.”

The 30,000-square-foot Winston-Salem Park has added the following new attractions: Slam Dunk Zone, X Beam Jousting, Rock Climbing Wall, Six and Under Trampoline Zone and Six and Under Two Story Climbing House. The park will keep the existing Open Area Trampolines, Dodge Ball Arena, Foam Pit Arena, Lazer Frenzy and Arcade.

The 30,000-square-foot Greensboro Park has also gotten many new attractions including: X-Beam Jousting, Rock Climbing Wall, Hamster Balls, and Six and Under Trampoline Zone to add to the existing Open Jump Area, Dodgeball Arena, Slam Dunk Zone, Foam Pit Arena, and Arcade.

Both locations will also shortly be installing a full-service Café and the Rockin’ Jump signature Party rooms. Rockin’ Jump is known for their kids birthday parties, youth group events and corporate team building events.

Both facilities have a parent’s lounge area for parents to sit and view their kids in action, complete with complimentary Wi-Fi.The new Rockin’ Jump signage for the Winston-Salem and Greensboro parks will go up the first week of May.

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