JUMP IN Trampoline Park in Warwick has been named a finalist in the seventh annual Muddy Stilettos local business awards.
The arena, which has just marked its third anniversary in the town, is among five businesses to top the public vote in Warwickshire’s Best Family Attraction category.
It goes up against: Mary Arden’s Farm in Wilmcote, The British Motor Museum in Gaydon, Magic Alley in Stratford-upon-Avon and Coventry Transport Museum.
Thousands of people cast their vote across 24 categories, including Best Café, Children’s Business, Florist and Art Gallery and voting is now reset for the finalists for the next seven days.
The business with the most votes in each category after 12pm on Wednesday May 22nd will be crowned the winner.
To vote just visit: here
Rob Borg, Regional Director of Jump In Warwick, said: “We are extremely proud to be nominated for this award of Best Family Attraction. Our trampoline park has served local families in Warwickshire for the last three years with excellent customer experiences and our whole team would be very proud to win this category. We would be very grateful if you can please take the time to visit the Muddy Stilettos website and vote for us.”
The winners will be announced on the site on Thursday, May 23rd once the voting has been verified and will be invited to a Winners’ Drinks party on Tuesday, June 4th 5-7pm at The Elizabethan Barn, Stratford Park Hotel, Ingon Lane, Stratford-upon-Avon.
As well as Open Jump sessions, Jump In trampoline park, in Hermes Close, Tachbrook Park, Leamington, offers After School Club; Toddler Time; Friday Night Takeover for teenagers; Relaxed Sessions (with SEN activities and Rebound Therapy); Fitness Classes and three birthday party packages including Glow Room and the country’s first Dome Party.
Visit Jump In at: https://www.gojumpin.com/locations/warwick for more information.
Muddy Stilettos is the UK’s leading lifestyle website targeting women outside London, with 225,000 subscribers and a social following of more than 140,000 across 21 counties. Launched in 2012 by Independent on Sunday and Red journalist Hero Brown who wanted to find the most interesting things happening near where she lived in Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire, the site has since expanded into a further 19 counties – Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Cambridgeshire, Cornwall, Devon, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Isle of Wight, Kent, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Norfolk, Rutland, Somerset, Surrey, Sussex, Warwickshire & Wiltshire. A further 10 counties are due to launch in 2020.