A franchise business from Sky Zone – indoor trampoline park for kids and adults to jump and excercise
The franchise, which focuses on children’s parties as well as physical activities and events for adults, is going into a 30,000-square-foot space in the Aldi Marketplace Shopping Center on the corner of Murrell Road and Barnes Boulevard in Rockledge.
The closest Sky Zones now are in Clermont and in Tampa. Sky Zone bills itself as “the world’s first indoor trampoline park.””We’re the inventors of ‘fun fitness’ and the makers of trampolines as far as the eye can see,” the company boasts. Inc. magazine named Sky Zone — for the second consecutive year — to its lists of the 5,000 to fastest-growing private companies in the United States. The magazine said it had revenues of $24.4 million last year and a three-year growth rate of 1,674 percent.
Sky Zones are similar to AirHeads Trampoline Arena and Rebounderz Indoor Trampoline Arena, both of which have locations in the Orlando area.
Rockledge city officials said they were competing with Palm Bay and St. Lucie County for the area’s first Sky Zone. It’s going into a long vacant space that had been a Winn-Dixie supermarket.
Winn-Dixie closed its Rockledge store, as well as many others across Florida, several years ago. The Aldi Marketplace was mostly vacant for many years but over time it has been filling up with eateries, personal service and an Aldi grocery store.