Bouncing inflatable company Jumpers Wild has completed construction on their Family Amusement Center, located near the Seneca County Fairgrounds and across the street from Reineke Family Collision Centers, and will be open for business June 25.
The 12,000 square foot facility features two party rooms that can accommodate up to 30 people each and can be rented for parties and other events. The facility also includes a small eatery where patrons can purchase small food items like pretzels and nachos.
Owner Jim Graham is originally from Tiffin and often sets up inflatables at local events, like the Tiffin Music and Art Festival and Pizza Palooza. He and his wife Jennifer saw a need for more family-friendly venues in Tiffn.
Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz says the venue supports an under served market. “The city really needs more places for children and family entertainment. I am happy to welcome Jumpers Wild to the community.”
Jumpers Wild is in the process of applying for a Community Reinvestment Area Tax Credit. This credit provides a tax exemption of up to 100 percent for up to 15 years for any improvements on the property.