Altitude Trampoline Park plans to open in 10 new markets in 2022, getting close and closer to 100 locations, nationwide. With Altitude emerging as the favorite brand of choice for parks that are reopening after weathering the pressure of COVID-19, the brand plans to enter into Cincinnati, Ohio and Tallahassee, Florida.
“Our leadership team is simply unmatched in the entertainment park franchising segment and we’re ready to take the brand to the next level,” said Mike Rotondo, CEO of Altitude Trampoline Park.
“We’ve put countless hours into reinforcing our position as a dominant player in our space and have set Altitude Trampoline Park on a course that will keep us out ahead for years to come.”
Despite the challenges of the pandemic, Altitude Trampoline Park opened seven new locations and signed multiple franchise development deals at the end of 2021 to spark growth in new locations such as Lawrenceville, Georgia and Bradenton, Florida.
The indoor entertainment brand has also launched a guest membership program and strengthened local marketing programs, and led to double-digital sales increases compared to 2019 at many locations. Altitude used 2021 to upgrade much of its equipment, introduce new attractions, concessions and revenue streams.
“Of course creating and maintaining safe, clean and extraordinarily fun environments are top priorities for us, but equal to that is our devotion to supporting our franchisees who are just as passionate about the brand as we are on the corporate team,” said Rob Morris, vice president of development for Altitude Trampoline Parks.
“Big things are ahead for us, and we cannot wait to hit that 100-park mark and further solidify our brand within the industry and the communities we serve.”
The brand is targeting new markets across the country, but is especially searching for new locations in the Midwest, Great Plains and Southwestern parts of the U.S.