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BOUNCE TRAMPOLINE SPORTS
Celebrates Grand Opening on
Saturday, July 11th
Festivities to Benefit Boys & Girls Club of Collier County
NAPLES, Fla. (July 1, 2015) –Bounce Trampoline Sports will celebrate its grand opening on
Saturday, July 11th, bringing a much-anticipated new family attraction to Naples. Bounce Trampoline
Sports offers the community a new opportunity to play safely, have fun and get fit on spacious courts
of interconnected trampolines. The new, expansive facility is located near the intersection of
Vanderbilt Beach and Airport-Pulling Roads, at 2320 Vanderbilt Beach Road.
Grand opening festivities include a raffle worth hundreds of dollars of hotel, restaurant and recreation prizes;
a Facebook-linked photo booth allowing photos to be printed on the spot and uploaded to Facebook;
a Kobe beef food truck complementing Bounce's snack bar, and a live radio remote with a DJ.
The main attraction is Bounce's eye-popping interior of bright, vibrant colors, sleek black trampoline surfaces,
and jumping and flipping bouncers. Proceeds from the grand opening day will be
donated to the Boys & Girls Club of Collier County.
Bounce owners Rob and Mai Riley, a Rockland County, New York-based couple, have been seasonal residents of Naples since 2006.
They will make Naples their full-time home in August with their 12-year old son, Matthew. Their 19-year old son, Robert Tyler,
is currently attending the University of Tampa.
Bounce Trampoline Sports is Florida’s first Bounce, which also has facilities in Syosset,
Poughkeepsie and Valley Cottage, New York. More facilities are being opened nationwide, reflecting
the growth and popularity of trampoline sports. In 2011, there were approximately 40 trampoline
sports parks in operation, while today there are more than 280 parks or those in the development
stage, according to the International Association of Trampoline Parks (IATP).
Mr. Riley, who comes to the industry from a career in investment banking in New York City, is
supported by General Managers Elle McKeever and Charlie O'Sullivan.
Bounce offers open jump time, trampoline dodge ball, slam-dunk basketball, and trampoline
gymnastics with foam pits, all on massive courts of interconnected trampolines. Spectator seating is
available alongside the courts. Future plans include trampoline fitness classes led by specially trained instructors.
The facility includes three private party rooms for birthdays and corporate team building, a snack bar,
Wi-Fi, several large HDTVs, and closed circuit monitoring of the courts. There is a separate Bounce Jr. zone
where kids ages six and under can bounce on their own designated trampolines and jump into separate foam pits.
Parents have a special lounge area with TVs.
A signature "Jump n Glow" event will be held on Friday nights, perfect for tweens, teenagers and
young-at-heart adults. The spectacular laser and black light show transforms Bounce into a glow-inthe-
dark, laser-pulsating extravaganza, with dance music synchronized with the light show. Bouncers
can "dress to glow" in black light-sensitive clothing from tops to socks to hats and gloves while
playing dodgeball and basketball with glow-in-the-dark balls. Future plans include special "Jump n
Glow" events with in-house DJs.
Bounce has been built from start to finish to meet the stringent standards of the American Society for
Testing and Materials (ASTM), one of the largest voluntary standards developing organizations in the
Bounce Trampoline Sports offers a superb way for all ages to stay fit in a safe and fun environment.
Jumping offers a low impact workout that helps tone muscles, burn fat, reduce stress and improve
coordination for all ages. Experts estimate that one hour of trampoline jumping can burn approximately 1,000 calories.
Trampoline jumping can also be known as “rebound exercise,” a form of exercise studied by NASA and practiced by astronauts.
Scientific studies claim that rebound exercise strengthens cells, increases lymph flow and immune system function,
has cardiovascular and respiratory benefits, improves physical strength and development, and has less impact and joint strain than running.
Hours & Prices
Bounce Trampoline Sports is currently open seven days a week. Summer hours are currently 11 a.m.
to 10 p.m. Monday thru Thursday; 11 a.m. to midnight on Friday; 10 a.m. to midnight on Saturday,
and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday. Prices are $16 for one hour, $21 for 90 minutes and $26 for two
hours. Bounce Jr. prices are $12 for one hour, $18 for 90 minutes and $20 for two hours.
Hours are subject to change seasonally. "We are giving Southwest Florida residents and visitors what
they want," said Mr. Riley. "We are accommodating to their needs, and not asking them to adapt to
For more information on rates, birthday parties and special events, call 239-302-3848.