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Trampoline park closes without notice

NASHUA — It seems people who purchased passes to Launch Trampoline Park in Nashua will have to bounce their business to another location.

The trampoline park and family entertainment center is now closed at its 17 Tanguay Ave. location, citing that this sudden closure is “due to unforeseen circumstances.” Now, speculations are spiraling among those in the community curious as to what prompted this situation.

In the meantime, for those who have purchased passes, a spokesperson at the Methuen, Massachusetts, location said they will be honoring them. The spokesperson said they have no idea why the Nashua location closed, adding all they knew is the Nashua site is temporarily closed until further notice.

On the Nashua Launch website, it states:

“Dear Valued Guest,

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Launch Nashua will not have any operational hours until further notice.

For our guests who have any pre-booked events, we have reached out to you personally.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused and we look forward to welcoming you back in the near future.”

Launch has multiple locations in various states, each offering year-round family entertainment. Launch offers giant trampoline surfaces, ninja-style obstacle courses, climbing walls, laser tag and more.

Adam Urquhart may be contacted at 594-1206, or at aurquhart@nashuatelegraph.com.