MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — Rockin’ Jump, Myrtle Beach’s Ultimate Trampoline Park, is providing First Responders with 90 minutes of free jump time throughout the month of September as a sign of appreciation for the work they do to the community safe.
The First Responders – defined as firefighters, law enforcement, EMS, paramedics and healthcare workers – jump free program began September 1 and only requires First Responders to provide a current employee ID at the front desk during an Open Jump time.
“Rockin Jump remains grateful for the work First Responders perform to help keep our community safe,” Rockin’ Jump owner Chrissy Mays said. “This is our way saying, “Thank you,” to the men and women who work selflessly on our behalf. We look forward to welcoming these heroes and their families to Myrtle Beach’s premier trampoline park.”
Ninety minutes of jump time is valued at $20.99. Rockin Socks, which are required to jump, aren’t included in the offer.
New attractions for 2021 include The Drop Zone, Parkour Blocks, Wipe Out, the Warped Wall, and a reimagined Ninja Challenge Course. The new additions have insured the park remains one of Myrtle Beach’s premier attractions for locals and visitors alike.
Myrtle Beach’s ultimate trampoline park also features an entertainment complex complete with private party rooms, comfortable seating and gathering areas that include free lockers, free wi-fi, TVs and a full service café.
For more information, visit RockinJump.com/MyrtleBeach/.
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