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Extreme Trampoline Sports Center scheduled to open in February in Myrtle Beach

Source: High Flyer Press Release Source: High Flyer Press Release
Source: High Flyer Press Release Source: High Flyer Press Release

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – CircusTrix, developer and operator of Trampoline Parks around the world, is scheduled to open Extreme Trampoline Sports Center, a 31,000 square feet indoor trampoline park, in Myrtle Beach in February.

The center will be located at 568 George Bishop Parkway in the Sports Mall and will have over 20,000 square feet of trampolines, a trampoline dodge ball arena, dunk basketball hoops, flying trapeze, Olympic foam pits, and a Ninja Warrior obstacle course.

Owner of the Sports Mall, Robert Todoroff said the trampoline park fits perfectly into his mold of what the Sports Mall should offer. He also believes its arrival will prompt more businesses to move in.

"Each new business that comes in is one more step to getting to the goal. Now, this trampoline park- they're going to bring tons of people to the building. So I can predict because of them, other businesses will say "Okay yeah, this George Bishop corridor is growing, this is where we want to be".

In a press release, CEO of CircusTrix, Case Lawrence said, “We are excited about the building we have found on George Bishop Parkway. The size and the layout of the building will allow us to build one of the most diverse and innovative trampoline parks in the U.S.”

Above: Video of a trampoline park from the CircusTrix YouTube channel.

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