Indoor entertainment center slated for 14th Aldermanic District
Attractions will include an inflatable sports arena, laser tag, rock climbing, inflatable obstacle courses with giant slides and free vintage arcade games.
Bounce Milwaukee, a new business featuring indoor entertainment and activities for the whole family, will be opening at 2801 S. 5th St. in the 14th Aldermanic District, Alderman Tony Zielinski said. Attractions will include an inflatable sports arena, laser tag, rock climbing, inflatable obstacle courses with giant slides and free vintage arcade games, all included in a single admission price.
One of Bounce Milwaukee’s owners, Becky Cooper-Clancy, said she is looking forward to the business’s opening in February, 2014. “We’re long time Bay View residents with strong ties to Milwaukee and feel people shouldn’t have to drive out to the suburbs to enjoy a variety of activities all in one place,” Ms. Clancy said. “We couldn’t think of a better location than this, and I want to thank Alderman Zielinski for his input, guidance and support along the way to help make this a reality.”
Ms. Clancy added that she and her partners are actively sourcing supplies and materials from Milwaukee-area businesses, ensuring their investments benefit the community, and they have already collaborated with local non-profits on fundraising events.
Alderman Zielinski, who has been working diligently to assist business owners in making his district an even busier and more successful destination, said he anticipates Clancy will be successful from the start. “This unique addition enhances the existing business synergy that we have in the area,” Zielinski said. “I’m very pleased that my district continues to attract vibrant business innovations like Bounce Milwaukee.”
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