Sky Zone Opens Its Doors in Michigan


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CANTON — Metro Detroit residents no longer need to travel far and wide for the ultimate 3-D play experience as Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park, creator of the world's first all-trampoline walled playing court, announced its grand opening. Offering a wide variety of physical activities atop its giant trampolines, Sky Zone truly takes sports, fun and fitness to the next level.  The new Sky Zone Canton is the first to open in Michigan and is located at 42550 Executive Drive.

Sky Zone is suitable for just about any age, shape or size. The Open Jump experience is for individuals and groups who want to zip across the court, take a gigantic leap vertically, or bounce off the walls. 3-D Dodgeball takes the traditional game and adds a new twist. One can also take part in SkyRobics fitness classes, which combine a low impact yet highly effective, 3-dimensional cardio and strength training program with one other essential element - pure fun. In addition, the facility is the perfect venue for unique and memorable group outings, by offering birthday party packages, corporate team building programs and more.

“Opening our doors in Canton marks the 21st location for Sky Zone and we look forward to offering this unique physical concept to all the Canton residents,” said Jeff Platt, President of Sky Zone LLC. “We are passionate in presenting families with a safe and unique place to spend quality time together while encouraging healthy lifestyle choices.”

The new Sky Zone Canton is Michigan-owned and operated. Sky Zone franchisee Colleen Fitzgerald is a resident of Brighton and supported by an experienced management team with local roots.

“We are so proud and excited to introduce the first Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park to Michigan,” said Fitzgerald.  “My children and I fell in love with Sky Zone when we visited the park in Columbus, Ohio. We had lots of fun bouncing around and working out. I was extremely impressed by the facility overall and knew we needed to bring this home to Michigan! Metro Detroit residents will be blown away when they visit the new Sky Zone Canton and experience the high-flying fun for themselves.”

Summer hours for the new Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park in Canton are Sunday – Thursday from 10am to 9pm, Friday from 10am to 9pm, SkyMania (ages 11-15) from 9pm to 11pm, and Saturday from 10am to 10pm, SkyJam (ages 16+) from 10pm to midnight.   For more information on Sky Zone Trampoline Park please visit www.skyzonesports.com.

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