published on April 15, 2016 - 11:31 PM
Written by The Business Journal Staff
City of Visalia officials have given their blessing for a new extreme aerial sports center to be located in a former CVS drugstore.

CircusTrix plans to feature 10,000 square feet of trampolines, a ninja warrior obstacle course, a flying trapeze, trampoline dodgeball arena, extreme slack lines and more.

Quantum Leap will be located at 4335 W. Noble Ave. when it opens this summer, said CircusTrix Founder and CEO Case Lawrence, who also opened the 7,000 square-foot Skywalk Extreme Air Sports arena in Madera in 2011.

Lawrence has a background in entrepreneurship, taking the lead developer role in creating the Central Valley Research & Technology Park in Clovis, establishing the CagoBay self-storage facility there as well as the OfficeBay entrepreneur incubator in Downtown Fresno.

CircusTrix operates a couple dozen trampolines parks all over the world, with more slated to go online this year.

The Visalia location received the go-ahead from the Visalia Planning Commission this week to begin construction on the 27,000 square-foot space.

In addition to all the extreme aerial sports offerings, Quantum Leap will host birthday parties, corporate events, ninja challenge tournaments, dodgeball tournaments, trampoline aerobics and special weekend club nights with laser lighting and live DJs.

“We have been looking carefully for a building in the Visalia market for some time. We love the market and we feel like our unique product is a great fit for this community,” Lawrence said. “We are especially excited about this facility because we plan on using it as a trial ground for several new surprises and attractions.”

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