Jump N Jammin in Bristol is closing its doors.
The facility, which describes itself as “Connecticut’s largest inflatable party gym,” will close on Sunday, according to the company’s recent post.
Dean Greco said what makes Jump N Jammin so much fun is the fact that there's something not only for kids to do.
"It combines kids and adults to have fun together instead of just going somewhere the kids have fun or the kids are standing around while the adults do stuff," Greco said.
The owner of Jump N Jammin did not say why she will have to close the doors. Eyewitness News reached out to her, but she has not returned our call.
"It's kid friendly. There's nothing really in Bristol for kids to do, it's for kids and adults," said Caitlin Greco of Plainville.
It is unclear what will happen to the birthday parties that were already scheduled. According to Dean, he had to break the news to one of his family members.
"When we told them they didn't even know. They were surprised so I think they were a little upset that their son wouldn't be able to have their birthday party," Dean said.
"It's sad to see it go, I was shocked," Caitlin said.
The Whiz Kids Child Development, which is in the same building as Jump N Jammin, will remain open.
The business on Pine Street was open for six years.
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