DANBURY, Conn. -- Bounce! Trampoline Sports celebrated the grand opening at its new Danbury location by donating all proceeds from the weekend to the Caroline Previdi Foundation created in memory of Caroline Previdi, a first-grader killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy.
Lisa and Rob Cannon, of Weston, are the owners of Bounce! and welcomed Sandy and Jeff Previdi to the event.
“We are so grateful for their support of the foundation created in Caroline’s name. We hope that the funds raised will help many children enjoy after school activities and events through the funding we provide to various local area organizations,” said Sandy Previdi.
The Danbury location, the sixth one for the franchise, features all new innovations not found in any other trampoline park, including dual slingshot Bungee jumps, two Xtreme Ninja Obstacle Courses with timed challenges, five foam pits, multiple party rooms of all sizes and a unique parent lounge that allows adults to watch their favorite TV shows through a cell phone app.
Bounce! Trampoline Sports in Danbury also houses an enormous ‘5 and under’ section called Bounce! Jr. This separate area keeps smaller children away from the main court and ensures a less crowded experience for both parents and toddlers. The Bounce! Jr. Zone has its own foam pit and trampoline courts with fun obstacles for the younger set.
Bounce! in Danbury is home to multiple party rooms for birthdays and corporate team building, a snack bar, free Wi-Fi and several large HDTVs and closed circuit monitoring of the courts.
CUTLINE: Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce Membership Manager Marty Greenfield, Bounce! Trampoline Sports Owners Rob and Lisa Cannon, Dean Esposito chief of staff for the city of Danbury, Roger Palanzo director of business advocacy for the city of Danbury and Sgt. Javier Lowe from the Danbury Police Department were on hand for the ribbon cutting and grand opening of Bounce! Trampoline Sports, which was a fundraiser for the Caroline Previdi Foundation.