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published on May 3, 2017 - 12:33 PM
Written by The Business Journal Staff

Quantum Leap, the Valley’s newest indoor trampoline park, opens Friday in a former CVS drugstore in Visalia.

This is the 27th such park in the U.S. owned and operated by CircusTrix, which was founded in 2011 by Case Lawrence of Fresno. Five other locations for the Utah-based CircusTrix are located overseas.

“CircusTrix started in California — the San Joaquin Valley is ‘home’ to me, and bringing a park to Visalia is something I and the company have had on our list for a long time” said CEO Lawrence. “Quantum Leap will be our most advanced park yet, and it’s going to be a must-do for anyone who has tried a trampoline park and wants something next-level.”

Quantum Leap is located at 4335 W. Noble Ave. Lawrence 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 CargoBay self-storage facility there as well as the OfficeBay entrepreneur incubator in Downtown Fresno.

Quantum Leap will feature attractions including an aerial ninja obstacle course, foam pit slack line and a so-called “SuperTramp” trampoline.

“CircusTrix is always coming up with new ways for active young adults and kits to test themselves,” said CJ Neser, general manager at Quantum Leap, “Its parks’ unique aesthetics and diverse offerings are what attracted me to Visalia and Quantum Leap. We’re ready to get the people of Visalia moving!”

The park has trained crew members that will monitor the attractions at all time stop ensure the safety of guests. The park hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., with special hours on Thursday and Sunday.

Admission ranges from $10 to $20 based on age of guest and length of visit.


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