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"Bounce into Rockin' Jump for a Leaping Good Time" Looking for a fun and safe place for the kids to play in the Westerville area? Look no farther than Rockin' Jump Indoor Trampoline Park, where the little ones can bounce away a rainy day, or enjoy some serious hang...

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Employee of the Month–June 2017–IZZY PARKS!

Izzy is a great asset to the Rockin' Jump culture we've created here in Westerville. Izzy is a senior and we're super sad to see her go, but we know she has a Rockin road ahead of her! Meet Izzy: Her favorite animal is the otter. She had a bouncy house at her...

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We're so excited to introduce this new program for the upcoming school year! We have a huge appreciation for the Special Needs community and we want them to have a safe place to come and have fun! We're very much looking forward to having this program available for...

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Employee of the Month—-Mike Joseph—May 2017

Meet Mike Joseph! In the month of May, Mike has consistently gone above and beyond for his co-workers and for Rockin’ Jump guests! We’re so fortunate to have such a dedicated, engaging and team-oriented member of our Rockin’ Staff! Fun facts about Mike: He was born in...

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Looking for Good, Clean Summer Fun?

While children are anxiously counting down the number of school days left until the start of summer break, parents are on the clock to find healthy and fun summer activities to keep the kids entertained and occupied. It is very easy for children to slip into a routine...

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Caleb Archer-Employee of the Month-April 2017

  Meet Caleb Archer! In the month of April, Caleb has consistently gone above and beyond for his co-workers and for Rockin' Jump guests! We're so fortunate to have such an enthusiastic, fun and hardworking member of our Rockin' Jump Staff! Fun facts about Caleb:...

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Six Tips for Turning Family Time into Fun and Games

Image Source Family Game Night The parents are watching TV or catching up on work and chores. The kids are in their rooms doing homework, or wasting time on their computers, cell phones and video games. The conversation is minimal, and the silence can be deafening....

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