Sky Zone Bounces into Laveen, Arizona with Grand Opening Celebration

Trampoline Park to Open in Laveen, Arizona with Exciting Weekend Specials

LAVEEN, Ariz. - Arizonar -- Sky Zone (, creator of the world's first indoor trampoline park and part of the CircusTrix family of brands that continue to push the limits in new active entertainment experiences, announces the grand opening of its Laveen location in Arizona.

The new location will host a grand opening event on Friday, February 12 with an official ribbon cutting ceremony at 2pm with the Laveen Chamber of Commerce. Sky Zone Laveen will kick off the opening weekend jam-packed with events and offers, including a $100 discount for all parties booked this weekend and a Family Fun Pack – four (4) 60 minute jump passes, 4 slices of pizza, and 4 drinks – for only $49.99 this weekend only. The celebrations continue throughout the weekend with GLOW, the glow-in-the-dark dance party, on Friday and Saturday nights as well a Ninja Warrior ( competition with Tage Herrington, a contestant on America Ninja Warrior, on Saturday afternoon featuring amazing raffle prizes and a variety of local food trucks for Guests to enjoy.

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To ensure the health and well-being of all Guests and Team Members, Sky Zone Laveen will open and operate with reduced capacity to enable social distancing and stringent cleaning measures, including daily disinfectant spraying or fogging of the entire park using products that meet the EPA criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19. Learn more about the health and cleanliness measures, visit:

Sky Zone Laveen is owned by renowned community member, Ryan Senters, who founded a local foster care agency serving foster children and adults with developmental disabilities called Ohana.

With a strong belief in active play to help bring people together, Senters will continue carrying out Sky Zone's core pillar of 'Do Good' by providing kids aged out of the foster care system with jobs and essential skills to succeed in the workforce. Sky Zone Laveen has committed to employ at least 50% of their workforce from teens who are aged out of the foster care system. Also, they will provide free birthday parties to local foster kids in the community. "Sky Zone will not only serve as the ultimate entertainment destination but also as an essential community center where kids and families can come together and engage in active play," said Ryan Senters, owner of Sky Zone Laveen. "It's exciting to see how much joy people feel jumping on our trampolines and enjoying the various attractions, and I look forward to seeing my community experience that joy at our park."

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