Jeff Platt had never planned on starting a business model let alone a successful national franchise. With hopes of creating a brand new sport, more than a million dollars was invested in developing new teams and building a facility from the ground up. When it didn’t take off as planned Jeff was left scratching his head on what to do next. That’s when some local kids came knocking on the door and a successful national franchise was born.
Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park is just what the name suggests – a giant indoor facility with wall to wall trampolines. It has become all the rage as a new form of fitness training as well as entertainment for kids and adults alike. One of the company’s main objectives is to provide families and kids a unique, wholesome place to play, jump, exercise and have fun, while encouraging healthy lifestyle choices.
Startup costs are estimated to be between $800,000 and $1.3 million.