New indoor trampoline park plans to open near Dayton Mall

Get Air Trampoline Park plans to open another location in the Dayton area.

The chain of trampoline parks plans to open a site in the Southland 75 Center on Ohio 741 in Miami Twp., officials said this week.

The company, which opened a Huber Heights location late last year, would replace Office Max, which occupied about 29,600 square feet of space in the center that also includes Hobby Lobby and Furniture Fair, township records show.

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“We think we came up with a good plan that is going to make the site look good and have a lot better traffic pattern, it’s going to be safer,” said Daniel Brown, attorney for site owner RGC Ventures LLC.

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Brown did not say when Get Air plans to open the site. The chain of trampoline parks has locations across the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Japan.

Aside from the 6020 Chambersburg Road location in Huber Heights, the company has Ohio indoor parks in Akron, Hilliard, Middleburg Heights, Toledo and Liberty Twp., according to the company website.



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