Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine allowed aquariums, art galleries, country clubs, ice and roller skating rinks, indoor family entertainment centers, indoor sports facilities, laser tag facilities, movie theaters, museums, public recreation centers, social clubs, trampoline parks and zoos to reopen beginning June 10.
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The Huber Heights and Miamisburg trampoline parks have a nearly 25% lead in revenue on other Get Air parks in Ohio, Huntington said.
This success allows Get Air Huber Heights and Get Air Miamisburg to spend numerous hours cleaning during and after business to limit the impact on guest experience and allow families to focus on having fun.
“Kids have been cooped up during all this and this is a place the family can come together,” Huntington said.
Huntington said that employees are required to wear masks and have their temperatures checked before their shift. Employees are also constantly wiping down equipment and offering hand sanitizer to guests at the trampoline parks. Those who go to Get Air are encouraged to wear a mask.
Neither Get Air park is not offering dodge ball to try to minimize contact, Huntington said.
Huntington said Get Air had about 50 guests over the weekend.
Going forward, both Get Air parks will be focusing on getting more involved in the community, Huntington said, with things like toddler times and facility rentals. The Huber Heights Get Air park is located at 6020 Chambersburg Road. The Miamisburg park is at 8341 North Springboro Pike.
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