Stephen Mendez, 10, of Anaheim flips into a foam pit in the Foam Zone area of Sky Zone in Anaheim.

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Fans of Sky Zone trampoline park are going to be bummed to hear news of its Boston Heights location closing temporarily as of Aug. 31.

It is not known when the popular attraction will reopen as there is no timeline set for reopening.

As to why it has shut down all of a sudden, one of the big reasons is the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

From WJW Fox 8 News Cleveland:

The family-owned spot reopened for bouncing and birthday parties in early July, after shutting down due to the coronavirus pandemic earlier in the year, but the new social distancing-based business model was reportedly not sustainable.

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“During these trying times we are not able to maintain a positive cash flow so we are closing the Park today,” business owners said in a statement. “We hope to reopen at a future date when the business environment improves.”

For customers with questions regarding the closing, contact Sky Zone at 234-249-3030.

Here is the statement that was put out on social media below:

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Article Courtesy of WJW Fox 8 News Cleveland

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Second Picture Courtesy of Allen J. Schaben and Getty Images

Post and Third Picture Courtesy of Facebook and WJW Fox 8 News Cleveland

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