CircusTrix Makes Strategic Acquisition of Twelve New Parks
Provo— CircusTrix, the largest owner, operator, and franchisor of indoor recreation centers in the world solidified its place as the leader in active entertainment today with the acquisition of twelve United States-based Sky Zone Parks.
In 2017, CircusTrix acquired Sky Zone. The majority of Sky Zone parks are owned and operated by independent franchise partners. The acquisition of these twelve parks demonstrates a corporate commitment to the future of the Sky Zone brand.
“We believe strongly in the Sky Zone brand and the opportunity to welcome these additional parks into the CircusTrix corporate family is highly appealing to us,” said Fernando Eiroa, CEO of CircusTrix. “Our industry is projected to grow to $3.23 billion by 2023 and as one of the global leaders in active entertainment with more than 45 million guests coming through our facilities on an annual basis, we believe adding these parks to our corporate owned and operated portfolio will enhance our ability to provide an outstanding customer experience for fans of all ages while positioning us to drive industry growth into the future.”
CircusTrix was founded in 2011 to create active experiences for thrill-seekers of all ages and skill levels. Guests of CircusTrix parks push themselves by engaging physically with a number of extreme attractions, including trampoline grids, ninja courses, freestyle obstacle zones, slacklines, extreme dodgeball, and various aerial sports attractions.
The CircusTrix family of brands, including DEFY, Sky Zone, Rockin’ Jump, and others, now has a network of more than 260 locations in the U.S. and more than 320 total locations in nearly 20 countries globally, both through corporate ownership and its franchise partners. CircusTrix will continue to expand its portfolio through acquisitions and building new parks.
Sky Zone Parks launched in 2004 and has more than 200 locations that create innovative ways to play in which people come alive and live joyously in the moment with active entertainment attractions.
The acquired Sky Zone Parks include Oakdale, Blaine, Edina and Maple Grove, Minnesota; Manassas, Fredericksburg, Sterling and Springfield, Virginia; Colombia and Gaithersburg, Maryland; New Rochelle, New York, and Oaks, Pennsylvania.
For more information or to find a CircusTrix location visit https://www.circustrix.com.