Thousands of people have jumped at the chance to experience Coventry’s new trampoline centre, with over 20,000 visitors in its first month.
Staff at RedKangaroo say they are delighted with the public’s response to the attraction, which represents a £2m investment in the area and has attracted families from across the region.
The number of visitors has given the new business, which also manages sites in Nottingham and Reading, a boost in its first month - bolstered by a busy February half-term.
General manager Stephanie Gray said of the strong start: “It has been a really exciting opening month for us, we are delighted to have welcomed so many bouncers who we hope to see again very soon.
“A lot of our half term sessions sold out in advance and we are seeing that happen regularly at weekends too, so I would encourage anyone who hasn’t visited us yet to look at booking in advance to avoid missing out.
“We are looking forward to many more exciting times ahead and making sure that those who visit us at RedKangaroo leave with a positive experience they won’t forget.
“I would like to thank the public who have supported us during our first month on behalf of all of the staff here.”
Specialist sessions are offered to cater to different ages and needs such as Kanga Tots for children aged one to five and Kanga Calm for individuals with disabilities, autism, anxiety or other sensory requirements.
One popular attraction is the Happy Hour sessions, which take place from
Managing director Paul Wrightman said: “We are very proud of the start we have made to life in Coventry, the fact that so many people have already enjoyed the RedKangaroo experience is really amazing.
“We will continue to make our parks as fun and enjoyable as possible and we are looking forward to seeing plenty more faces both old and new in the future.”