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Trampoline Park To Open Saturday At Mayfaire

By Johanna Cano, posted Aug 16, 2018
Flip N Fly is opening this weekend in its 28,000 square feet facility at Mayfaire. (Photo by Johanna Cano)
Flip N Fly, the new trampoline park at Mayfaire Town Center, is slated to open Saturday morning.

The park and family entertainment center is at 830 Inspiration Drive, the former location of hhgregg.

“We are so excited to see our dream become a reality,” Flip N Fly partner Keith Avant said in a news release. “Opening the doors and watching families enjoy the trampoline park will be icing on the cake.”

The park will have 40 trampolines, one dodgeball court, five foam pits, a full professional ninja course and aerial obstacles, according to the release. There is also a full cafe, lounge and games.

General Manager at Mayfaire Kurt Bohlmann said in the release that shopping center officials are elated about the addition of Flip N Fly.

“This premier family entertainment venue complements the Town Center well by offering a unique experience to be enjoyed with family and friends,” he said.

Once open, the park will host birthday parties, corporate outings, field trips, summer camps and other events.

Other businesses opening soon at Mayfaire Town Center include Green Thumb Floral Boutique, which was previously located in downtown Wilmington. Kale Me Crazy, a franchise cafe offering juices, smoothies, salads and wraps, is expected to open soon at neighboring commercial complex Mayfaire Community Center.

EpicFit 365, a fitness club that opened in 2016, closed this year. Mayfaire specialty leasing manager and marketing director Paige Coniglio said the leasing team is working to fill the space at 6859 Monument Drive, the club’s former location.

There will be a “Back to School Bash” at Mayfaire this weekend where the first 50 people will receive a free pair of Flip N Fly socks, along with coupons and gift cards to other Mayfaire-located stores.

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