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Urban Air Adventure Parks to open new location in Crocker Park

The park will feature wall-to-wall trampolines, a ropes course, and a two-story go-kart track, all constructed underneath the headquarters for American Greetings.
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Urban Air indoor adventure park coming to Crocker Park in Westlake, OH.

WESTLAKE, Ohio — Get ready to jump for joy... literally! 

It was announced today that Crocker Park will see a new attraction, Urban Air Adventure Park, coming to the shopping and lifestyle hub in Dec. of this year. 

The new Westlake location will be the sixth in the state for the company, and will be found just underneath the headquarters for American Greetings. 

Developed on more than 47,000 square feet, Urban Air Crocker Park will feature wall-to-wall trampolines, obstacle courses, playgrounds, a ropes course, and a two-story go-kart track. 

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“Urban Air is the family friendly experience we have been looking for to add to Crocker Park,” said Stacie Schmidt, Vice President of Marketing and Communications for Stark Enterprises. “We strive to be a center that gives every single person an enjoyable experience, and Urban Air’s unique concept and array of activities helps to do just that, and allows for family friendly, quality time. Guests can enjoy more than just shopping and dining, but an added element of adventure, all at one place - your one-stop-shop for family entertainment! All ages can benefit from a little jumping and play time!” 

“We are thrilled to bring the Urban Air experience to Westlake and partner with such a great shopping center like Crocker Park,” said Ted Grambo, owner and operator of Urban Air Adventure Park location at Crocker Park. “Based on our experience in Akron and the number of customers here in NE Ohio that love the unique and trilling mix of attractions Urban Air has to offer, we are excited to expand to the west side of Cleveland.” 

The new location will bring in more than 50 jobs to the area, and the company says it will begin accepting applications for various open positions soon.

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