Grocer Morphs to Bouncer


A Kroger grocery store will become a trampoline park late this summer, according to The Tennessean. The 25,000-square-foot supermarket space will soon be occupied by Richard and Kandace Martin, residents of the Hendersonville, Tenn., city where they’ll be opening All Air Extreme Trampoline Park.

“We always felt like Hendersonville was the perfect place for it,” said Richard. The duo, who also owns nearby Hoppity Hop Inflatable Play Center, had been looking for an ideal site for around two years. Their space will include 12,000 square feet of trampoline surface, arcade games, foam pits, dodgeball courts, a ninja obstacle course, a trapeze swing, basketball hoops and a rock-climbing wall. They expect to open by late summer. “I’m ready to get in there,” Martin said. “Right now all these trampolines are sitting in shipping containers waiting to be pulled out and put together.”


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