Sky High’s Co-Founder Wins IATP 2017 Community Award

October 5, 2017

At the International Association of Trampoline Parks (IATP) annual conference, Sky High Sports co-founder, Jerry Raymond, was presented with the “2017 Community Service Award.” Based on his personal experiences as the father of a son with special needs, Jerry launched his passion project; jump hours dedicated to kids with special needs and their families.

Raymond stated, “Trampolining is not only an excellent form of exercise disguised as play, jumping helps in the development of motor skills, coordination and balance as well as social skills, especially in kids with special needs.”

Jerry regularly donates Sky High’s facilities and jump hours to special needs programs across America. Last October, in honor of Sky High’s 10-year anniversary, all 15 locations exclusively sold brightly colored, autism awareness themed jump socks. 100% of the $50,000 raised was donated to local Autism Speaks chapters.

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