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Saturday, February 17, 2018

Launch Trampoline Park Opening on Hull Street in Midlothian

Posted By on Sat, Feb 17, 2018 at 2:30 PM

Founded in 2012 by a Rhode Island entrepreneur and Ty Law, three-time Super Bowl champion with the New England Patriots, Launch Trampoline Park is opening a location at 10901 Hull Street in Midlothian.

A press release from the Launch Franchising, LLC notes that the new park will be locally owned and operated and construction is set to begin this winter. The website for the new location is already up and has 14 job listings.

"The parks provide kids of all ages with endless fun of whether it is bouncing on trampolines, playing dodgeball in mid-air, jumping through the ninja course, playing laser tag, or tumbling on the track. Launch Richmond will be available for birthday parties, fundraisers, fitness classes, toddler time, teen nights, private events and more! The park has a full-redemption arcade, Launch Restaurant and private party rooms. Additionally, Launch Trampoline Park has its own mascot – “Joey,” a 7-foot tall green kangaroo mascot – who is in charge of fun at the park, assisting with birthdays and special events."

“The Launch Richmond franchisees are excited to bring family fun to the area and are ecstatic to be a part of the Launch team. We can’t wait for the community to enjoy all the fun and action that Launch has to offer,” stated Robert Arnold, president and co-owner of Launch Franchising in the press release.

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