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Thursday, July 31, 2014

Jumpin Jumpin: Police, fire fighters, and EMS workers to be honored at Sky Zone

Posted on Thu, Jul 31, 2014 at 1:29 PM

When we think of honoring the brave men and women who protect and serve the metro Detroit area, we think of trampolines. 

We think they should jump on trampolines. And by trampolines, we mean an all-walled trampoline field where they can land in a pit of 10,000 foam cubes.

They have to blow off steam some how.

Sky Zone, the inventors of such a place, are hosting a special day at their Canton and Shelby Township locations that will be all about police officers, firefighters, EMS workers, and their families. On Tuesday, August 5 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. there will be free jumping for these folks.

All metro Detroit police, firefighters, EMS workers and their families are invited to come, though an employee ID or professional organization ID will be required for admittance to 60 free minutes at the indoor park.

The hour of free jumping comes with free pizza from Jet's as well.

This is the first event of its kind in Michigan. 

Sky Zone Canton is located at 42550 Executive Drive Sky Zone Shelby Township is located at 50810 Sabrina Drive. Check skyzone.com for more information. 

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