Extreme Air Trampoline Park to Open at Ice Zone
BOARDMAN, Ohio – Extreme Air Trampoline Park will open a second location at the Ice Zone here, a $1.3 million investment, according to a company announcement.
Work has begun on the new trampoline park, which will replace the National Hockey League ice rick, the company said.
The first Extreme Air Trampoline Park, operated by Kazzmac Inc., is in the Eastwood Mall Complex in Niles. It includes more than 10,000 square feet of custom-made trampolines, a 24-foot rock wall, a ninja warrior course and a stunt air bag.
The new trampoline park is expected to open in January. The NHL rink was once the home of the Youngstown Phantoms. The Ice Zone will remain open during the project.
Kazzmack’s principals are Stacy and Matthew MacGregor and Richard Kaszowski.
The Ice Zone is operated by Bruce Zoldan, president and CEO of Phantom Fireworks.
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