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Launch West Virginia 0 D. Morgan From Courtland Helbig we learned they are running at 20 percent capacity and they tell us: We are requiring all employees to wear mask 100% of the time. Guest ages 9+ must wear them in our facility except when jumping or sitting at a table. We disinfect the entire park area and sitting areas every night after we close. We provide hand sanitizer in multiple locations and enforce social distancing.
by D. Morgan
Wednesday, July 29, 2020
Adventura en Trampolines of Spain 0 D. Morgan Sergio Tiedeke told us this in his response to the IATP park reopening survey: Our legal capacity for ALL people present (including visitors and staff) in normal conditions is 859; currently, allowed capacity would be 50% of that (again, including non-jumpers and staff), i.e. 430. We have always taken a maximum of 200 jumpers, meaning that we can still take on as many jumpers as before, plus all staff, plus approximately 210 visitors, and still be in compliance with COVID-19 rules. Disinfectant hand gel at 4 points throughout the premises; daily cleaning same as before, with the same products we used as they kill viris Thanks Sergio for joining the Survey -- What is happening at your park?  Join this forum or the survey: https://www.indoortrampolineparks.org/surveys/?id=ReopeningSurvey
by D. Morgan
Monday, July 20, 2020
Jump Auckland 0 D. Morgan Sandra Mu with Jump in New Zealand told us this in the Survey: On May 14th we were allowed to open with an indoor capacity of 100. This meant our trampoline capacity was reduced to 50 to ensure we stayed within our limits of 100 with spectators and changeovers. After week one we increased the trampoline capacity to 60 as we were able to reduce the number of spectators. This meant we could only operate at a maximum of 46% revenue. During this time all our sessions were sold out from 10am until 5pm. (reduced hours)On 11th June our country dropped all restrictions (except boarders) which allowed us to operate as normal. Foam pits opened and our trampoline capacity went back to 130. Last weekend was our first weekend back to normal and we had a very busy weekend. Sales were the same as this time last year. We found that the demand is still there, after the first week of lighter restrictions people were acting as normal and wanting to support local economy. Thanks so much for joining the survey Sandra!   What is happening with you park?  Here's the link to the survey or just add to this forum! https://www.indoortrampolineparks.org/surveys/?id=ReopeningSurvey 
by D. Morgan
Monday, July 20, 2020
Northern Air FEC 0 D. Morgan Bryan Lee with Norther Air FEC told us this about their reopening after the COVID Shutdown: We plan on implementing waivers to be filled out on personal phones rather than waiver kiosks.  We will have clear plexiglass barriers between front desk staff and customers.  All staff will be wearing masks.  Wipe down all credit card machines after each use.   Thanks Bryan for joining the survey.   Join this Form or the Survey to share what  is happening at your park! https://www.indoortrampolineparks.org/surveys/?id=ReopeningSurvey
by D. Morgan
Monday, July 20, 2020
Area 52 Trampoline Parks 0 D. Morgan Jonathan with Area 52 Trampoline Parks answered the survey with these comments: We are operating at a maximum capacity of 40 people per session, compared to 100 people per session. According to Government requirements we have to disinfect the whole venue including the Trampoline Park every hour. We have got this down to 20 mins by using spraying equipment, which then dries in 5 mins. We therefore have to close the venue at the end of each session for 20 mins.   Thanks Jonathan for joining the survey.  What is happening with your park right now.  Join the survey or this forum! https://www.indoortrampolineparks.org/surveys/?id=ReopeningSurvey
by D. Morgan
Monday, July 20, 2020
Rebound World 0 D. Morgan Xavier with Rebound World France told us: We are opened at 50% capacity (50 customers per hour instead of 100 customers per hour Thanks Xavier for joining the Survey.  You can add your experiences in this survey too with this link: We are opened at 50% capacity (50 customers per hour instead of 100 customers per hour Or just add it directly to this form.    
by D. Morgan
Monday, July 20, 2020
FX Unlimited 0 D. Morgan Tina with FX Unlimited shared with us her experience so far: It has been 2 weeks and we have been running at about 1/4 of capacity. People are less apt to schedule birthday parties and the group that isn't returning yet are families with kids younger than 6 years of age. Staff is being screened with questions and temperature checks before shift. Staff is wearing masks at all times. We have plexiglass barriers at all registers and waiver stations. Signage encouraging social distancing is all over park. In our Clip N Climb area, hand sanitizer is being using before and after climbing. Additional cleaning measures are done at least hourly in all areas of the park. Thanks Tina for joining the Survey.  Here's  the link where you  can add your experiences for reopening too!   https://www.indoortrampolineparks.org/surveys/?id=ReopeningSurvey
by D. Morgan
Monday, July 20, 2020
Sky Zone Miami 0 D. Morgan Juan Brandt with Sky Zone Miami reported in the survey that they are running at 40 percent capcity. They are using:  Social distancing, acrylic barriers, recurring sanitizing with fogger, masks for guest and team members.  Thanks for joining the IATP Survey!
by D. Morgan
Monday, July 20, 2020
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