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Big Air Trampoline Park Springs Into Action on Friday, February 8th With Grand Opening Celebration

Brand New Trampoline Park Opening in Orange County Offers 15,000 Feet of Trampolines, Dodgeball, Foam Pits, Basketball and More; Doors Open at 6 p.m. on Friday, February 8 for Grand Opening Celebration Which Will Feature Special Entertainment and Huge Giv

LAGUNA HILLS, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/06/13 -- Big Air Fun, LLC is pleased to announce the grand opening of the all-new family entertainment complex (BigAirOC.com) located at 23251 Avenida de la Carlota, Laguna Hills, CA 92653. Big Air Trampoline Park will welcome Orange County when it opens its doors for the Grand Opening kickoff from 6-11 p.m. on Friday, February 8th. The Big Air Grand Opening event is set to be an evening of entertainment, activities, giveaways and food for the whole family.

"We hope everyone will come out and celebrate the opening of this fun, new venue with us. We have worked very hard to bring Orange County families and teens a premier entertainment destination, and our Grand Opening will be an exciting kickoff. We can't wait to set it all in motion this Friday," said Greg Briggs, President of Big Air and former General Manager of Wild Rivers.

The Grand Opening event at Big Air will feature live music performed by local band Hero for Today. Popular radio station 98.7 FM will also host a live radio satellite broadcast onsite. Entertainment will also be provided by the Saddleback College Cheerleading team which will perform trampoline demonstrations.

For visitors to Big Air's Grand Opening, hundreds of free giveaways will be offered that evening, including a raffle for annual passes to the park. The event will be catered by gourmet food trucks including Dogzilla Hot Dogs, The Burnt Truck and Longboards Ice Cream.

"Whether you're looking for a uniquely fun experience with the family, a party location for a birthday, corporation or team, or even a great workout, Big Air offers everything from hourly jump times to a variety of group party packages to morning workout classes. We offer 'fun' for all ages," said Briggs.

The Big Air Trampoline Park facility is nearly 30,000 square feet with about 15,000 square feet of jumping surface. Big Air will include a large main court, two dodgeball courts, foam pit, slam-dunk basketball and several additional attractions being added later this month. The arena will also include arcade games, party rooms suited for birthday and team parties, and a parents' lounge with large screen TVs and free Wi-Fi.

Big Air is the only indoor trampoline park ideally located to meet the needs of families in South Orange County. Big Air is located on a street/area known by the local residents as "Furniture Row." The site has clear freeway visibility with easy access on both the El Toro and Lake Forest exits.

Safety is a priority at Big Air and referees are stationed throughout all jumping areas to monitor and enforce safety rules. Children ages 8 and younger can enjoy gentler jumping in the children's jump arena and designated kid's zone. Feeling comfortable and safe is all part of having fun at Big Air. All guests will be required to fill out a waiver of release. All guests can fill out the waivers in advance by going to BigAirOC.com

Hourly admission fee is $10/hour on weekdays and $12/hour on weekends. Facebook users who "like" the Big Air Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/BigAirTrampolinePark will be informed of opening and ongoing special promotions. More details are available at BigAirOC.com. After its opening on February 8th, the park hours will be open as follows: Monday - Thursday 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday 2 p.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 11 pm., Sunday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Big Air has already hired approximately 50 employees, but additional applicants may apply at BigAirOC.com.

About Big Air Trampoline Park
Big Air Fun, LLC is a premier trampoline park management company. The management team is led by an experienced team in the recreation and entertainment industry, namely trampoline and waterpark development and management. Greg Briggs successfully led Orange County's Wild Rivers Waterpark for more than 25 years. The executive team possesses decades of experience in developing and operating profitable entertainment businesses and real estate projects. The Company's goal is to build and operate facilities that provide safe, fun and clean family entertainment. The Company believes that long-term success comes through successfully operating parks in a way that benefits the local community and residents.

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