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LeBounce expands family fun with new arcade

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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

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LeBounce recently expanded to include an arcade.
LeBounce Indoor Inflatable Play Centre nows offers Cape Girardeau area families more fun than ever with the addition of an arcade.

LeBounce, located in the City Center at 2502 Tanner Dr. in Cape Girardeau, opened in 2011, with more than 8,000 square feet of inflatable play elements, a parents' lounge and private party rooms. The new arcade features IceBall skee-ball machines, Ms. Pac Man, a photo booth, The Fast and the Furious interactive racing games and more.

"The new arcade is a perfect extension of the family-friendly fun that LeBounce offers," says Maddy Bruegging, general manager. "Our goal has always been a healthy, interactive atmosphere for local kids and their parents, close to home. The arcade adds yet another element of exciting fun to that goal."

LeBounce features an inflatable triple slide more than 20 feet tall, a 50-foot-long inflatable obstacle course and multiple inflatable jumping areas, as well as a family dining area with adult and kid-friendly meal options. The Parents Lounge is equipped with ample seating, flat screen TVs and free wireless Internet.

Learn more at www.lebouncecape.com or by calling (573) 339-PLAY.


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Love this facility - just wish the food at the little cafe was a little better.

-- Posted by wuzthinking on Wed, Sep 14, 2011, at 7:32 PM


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