Get Air Trampoline Parks across the United States and Canada teamed up with the Susan G. Komen foundation to help advance the cure for breast cancer by donating $174,443.95.
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ROY, UTAH (December 23, 2016) – Get Air Trampoline Parks across the United States and Canada teamed up with the Susan G. Komen foundation to help advance the cure for breast cancer. Get Air turned their jump socks pink during October to honor National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Fifty cents from each pair of pink socks sold was put aside to be donated to the cause. Jumpers were also provided the opportunity to give a $1, $3 or $5 cash donation at the register.
With the money earned from the sock purchases and the donations collected at the register, Get Air has donated $174,443.95 to the Susan G. Komen foundation to help fund research, offer medical care for breast cancer patients and provide education for cancer prevention.
“The Get Air family loves to help our community any chance we get. We personally know employees and customers who have been affected by breast cancer and we wanted to find a way to help. When this opportunity to work with the Susan G. Komen foundation presented itself, there was no way we could turn it down. This program was very successful and we look forward to repeating it in the future,” said Get Air Marketing Director, Ashton Goodell.
To find out more about the Get Air and Susan G. Komen partnership, please visit http://ww5.komen.org/get-air/.
ABOUT: Get Air Indoor Trampoline Park has more than 45 locations throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and Japan. Each park combines amusement and exercise with wall-to-wall trampolines, foam pits, dodge ball courts and ninja courses. Get Air hosts birthday parties, fundraisers and large events. Their parks also feature dodgeball competitions, fitness classes, live DJ nights, Black Light nights and a special time for parents and their kids – called Toddler Time!