Top Jump celebrate re-launch & renew sponsorship with MK Lightning
Just in time for school half term holidays, Top Jump Trampoline Park is having a total makeover - and re-launching with a new name: Top Jump Inflatable Park. Coupled with this, they have renewed their barrier board sponsorship with the Smith Recycling MK Lightning for a further 12 months - making them the first returning sponsor for the 2019/20 season.
The popular leisure venue, based in the Northfield area of Milton Keynes, also sponsors Lightning player Radek Meidl.
Top Jump’s management undertook extensive research to decide how to keep the venue relevant and attractive to local residents. With the popularity of trampolining in decline, the decision was taken to change to being an inflatable fun park.
Top Jump Inflatable Park has its grand reopening celebration on Saturday 16 February and Lightning mascot Pucky the Polar Bear is looking forward to being one of the first to try it out! If you meet Pucky there, you can buy tickets for Lightning’s home game against Cardiff Devils the following day at a special price - with children in your party going free when they show a Top Jump receipt.
Kieiren Yates of Top Jump Inflatable Park said he was extremely happy to be continuing the relationship with the Elite League’s MK Lightning. “We’re delighted to be back with Lightning,” he commented. “It’s fantastic to have this opportunity to work with the team’s players and staff. We can’t wait to see what the team will achieve over the next 12 months!”
Top Jump Inflatable Park’s big relaunch weekend gets underway on Saturday 16 February - book your slot to have fun at www.topjump.uk
Sarah Jane Smyth Commercial Manager for MK Lightning said, ”Building strong, long-lasting relationships with local companies is very important to us. We work very hard to make sure we promote our sponsors, who are putting their faith & support into us. The support we receive is vital to us being able to put the best possible team on the ice, we are very grateful to Top Jump for investing in MK Lightning for a further 12 months.”