Urban Air looking to expand to Victorville

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VICTORVILLE – As part of expansion efforts throughout the West Coast, Urban Air Adventure Park is seeking new franchisees in Southern California – including Victorville, and forecasting 30 new franchise agreements in California over the next three years. A Fullerton location is debuting this summer with parks in Sacramento and Hanford already in operation.

“The state of California represents a very important region for us considering demographic makeup, market gaps, and available real estate opportunities,” said Urban Air CEO  Jay Thomas. “We enjoyed a record-breaking year in terms of industry-leading growth and profitability, and we’re thrilled to continue our expansion strategy in markets where we see the most opportunity.”

Urban Air “seeks driven leaders that are looking for a higher purpose than just profits and are motivated to engage in their local community through social interactions, exercise, and elevated play for each kid that walks through their doors.”

Bumper cars, indoor skydiving, trampolines, mini golf, virtual reality, go karts, laser tag and a slam dunk zone are a few of the attractions at Urban Air. Founded in 2011, the company states no franchises have closed to date.

Urban Air’s total number of open parks now stands at 153, and the recently secured franchise agreements bring the brand’s total number of locations in development to 112, dozens of which are expected to open in 2022. Company executives expect the demand for family entertainment services like that which Urban Air offers will continue to boom in the coming year as families look to resume a sense of normalcy and seek fun, enriching experiences for their kids to learn, play and grow.

The initial franchise fee for an Urban Air park is $75,000 with a minimum requirement of $600K in liquid cash funds to be considered for a franchise. The company estimates that the average park sales is $2,356,504.

For more information about the an Urban Air franchise visit https://urbanairfranchise.com/


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