This Friday (15th December) thousands of people across the country will be putting on their festive jumpers to raise money for charity.
As part of Save the Children’s campaign, Flip Out Glasgow has teamed up with elite trampolinist, Katie Gallacher and parkour expert, Robbie Griffith to announce their support for the charity. In a quest to raise vital funds, the world’s biggest trampoline arena will be donating £2 to Save the Children for everyone that arrives wearing a Christmas jumper on Friday 15th December.
George Gallacher, general manager at Flip Out Glasgow said: “This is a fantastic cause, and we hope to see lots of festive jumpers in the arena this Friday as customers jump for joy to support the charity.
“Christmas Jumper Day is a great way to raise awareness of important issues and raise funds to bring essentials like healthcare, education, protection and food to the millions of children around the world who are missing out on the most basic support.”
At 63,000 sq ft, Flip Out in Rutherglen is the world’s biggest trampoline park. The arena is home to a variety of trampoline based activities, including the country's first Ninja Warrior course as well as an under-seven’s area, kids’ trampoline area, parkour space and a multi-level soft play area.
To find out more about Flip Out Glasgow, visit www.flipout.co.uk/glasgow
Last Updated: 12 December 2017 21:48