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Grau of Hanna Langholz Wilson Ellis represents GET AIR Indoor Trampoline Park & Ninja Course

Pittsburgh, PA — GET AIR Indoor Trampoline Park has announced their introduction into the Pittsburgh market with their first location at 174 Tomlinson Rd., in Zelienople, Butler County, conveniently located 2 minutes from the Evans City Exit of I-79. The facility will be 27,000 s/f and will open in late summer 2016. GET AIR has two other locations in Pennsylvania; King of Prussia and Harrisburg. They are expanding into Erie and State College as well as this new location in the Pittsburgh Area. GET AIR Pittsburgh will feature an indoor trampoline park as well as a ninja warrior course, something completely new to the trampoline world. The course will included spider walls, a slackline, monkey rings, a rock-climbing wall, and a cliffhanger. The trampoline park includes side-by-side trampolines, foam pits, dunk lanes and dodge ball courts. Events can also be held at the facility. Birthday parties, corporate parties, fundraisers and large events can all be accommodated at GET AIR. GET AIR also features dodgeball competition, fitness classes, club nights, teen spirit nights and a special time for parents and their kids – called Mommy and Me. GET AIR has locations across the United States as well as Canada, Mexico, Japan and Thailand. “GET AIR Indoor Trampoline Park is exercise disguised as fun. Families in Pittsburgh want more entertainment and low cost amusement and that’s what GET AIR provides.” Ashton Goodell, GET AIR’s Marketing Director. Douglas Sippel of Sippel Development said, “As a developer, it has been rewarding to see so much opportunity for Butler County in job creation, entertainment, and fitness right here in our Tomlinson Road Complex. At Sippel Development we strive to be at the forefront of developing and contributing to successful community strategies. We are proud to welcome the folks from GET AIR and wish them well in their vision for their organization”. Dana Grau of Hanna Langholz Wilson Ellis represented GET AIR in their search for suitable space in the area. “It has been a pleasure working with GET AIR Pittsburgh North to find the ideal space. We wanted to find something that was in close proximity to Cranberry Township, but that also had easy access to Rte. 79 so people from all over the area could easily access the park, without much traffic and congestion. We found the perfect location at Tomlinson Rd. It’s a 5 minute drive north from the Cranberry Twp. exit of Rte. 79, and it’s directly off the Evans City Exit. I am so excited to have GET AIR in my community, and we all can’t wait to bounce, flip and try that Ninja course.”

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