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Grand opening of Danbury business to benefit Caroline Previdi Foundation

Bounce! Trampoline Sports, a new concept in recreation, fitness and fun, will be celebrating the Grand Opening of its facility in Danbury on Saturday.  Proceeds from the Grand Opening will be donated to the Caroline Previdi Foundation, created in memory of a first grader killed at Sandy Hook School.


Lisa and Rob Cannon, of Weston, say Bounce! will offer fitness classes, open jump time, trampoline dodgeball, slam dunk basketball, foam pit jumping, and trampoline training classes taught by qualified instructors. Groups are welcome for fundraising, team building and parties.


Caroline's mother, Sandy Previdi, says they were thrilled to be selected as the charity of choice for the grand opening.  Their mission is to make sure that children whose families may not be able to afford to send them for extracurricular activities will be able to get involved, be more social, and participate in physical activities to help them be the best they can be.  She says Bounce! is the ideal partner to move that mission forward.


Caroline Previdi's positive and enthusiastic approach to life as well as her concern for others inspired her family and friends to create a Foundation in her honor.  Caroline was an expressive and happy little girl who embraced a wide array of activities like soccer, dance, art, and swim team.  In addition to her activities, she found great joy in helping other children.  It is the goal of the Foundation to provide support to children who lack the financial resources to be involved in extracurricular activities.


Some of the innovations at their facility include trampoline Bungee jumps where kids are harnessed in and have a chance to bounce high into the air, dual Bounce! Xtreme Ninja Obstacle Courses with timed challenges, three foam pits in the main jump area, multiple party rooms of all sizes. 


A parent lounge includes the ability to watch your favorite TV shows through a cell phone app.  There is also a large lofted area that overlooks the facility and houses tables with 40 charging stations as well as an arcade with state-of-the-art games.


Bounce! Trampoline Sports in Danbury will also house 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 is located at 21 Prindle Lane in Danbury.

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