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Cheddar News: Urban Air Park Goers Celebrate and Reconnect

With locations across the United States, Urban Air Adventure Park is helping people celebrate, escape, and reconnect with friends and family. CEO Michael Browning, Jr. spent time with Cheddar News discussing how Urban Air has reopened to meet pent-up demand created by the pandemic as well as franchise growth.

“Just this year alone, we will serve over 30 million kids under the age of 14, and that has a big calling associated with it,” said Browning. “We see a shift a lot of times when there is a crisis out of corporate America and into franchising, so now is a great time to be your own boss and bring this business to your community.”

Urban Air Adventure Parks has grown organically through the years as people travel, visit a park in another city, and then decide they want to bring Urban Air to their community as well. Browning notes that innovative, unique attractions create an opportunity for entrepreneurs who love kids and love families.

“We have success all across the country and we see lots of opportunity for expansion, especially out west, in 2021,” said Browning.

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