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Trampoline Park To Become A Mayfaire Town Center Anchor Tenant

By Cece Nunn, posted Jun 4, 2018
A trampoline park and family entertainment center will take over the former hhgregg space at Mayfaire Town Center. (File photo)

A trampoline park will become one of Mayfaire Town Center's anchor tenants, taking over the hhgregg spot that was vacated by the electronics and appliances retailer last year.
 
Flip N Fly, a 28,000-square-foot trampoline park and family entertainment center, is expected to open in July at 830 Inspiration Drive, according to a Mayfaire announcment.

"Flip N Fly will be debuting the safest, state of the art trampoline equipment for the first time on the East Coast," the news release said. "Their focus is centered around safety giving the consumer the best products available on the market. Plans for the park include trampolines, dodgeball, foam pits, professional ninja course, aerial obstacles, and more."

Flip N Fly will also have a full cafe, lounge and games. The facility will host birthday parties, corporate events, field trips, summer camps, fundraisers and other types of events, the release stated. 

“Our greatest sense of joy is being locally owned and operated. We look forward to hiring 40-45 employees in the coming weeks and opening as soon as possible” said partner Keith Avant in the release.

Kurt Bohlmann, general manager of Mayfaire, said in the release, “We are elated about the addition of Flip N Fly and can’t wait to take part in all the aerial action. This premier family entertainment venue compliments the Town Center well by offering a unique experience to be enjoyed with family and friends.”

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