Carroll County Welcomes New Entertainment Space at Stratosphere Social
Stratosphere Trampoline Park to become Stratosphere Social before the end of the year
Upgrades will bring the latest & greatest in interactive technology to our community
The park will be closed for approximately 8 to 12 weeks beginning October 21, 2019
Neighbors will notice a change at 5pm on October 20th as Stratosphere Trampoline Park operations close and contractors begin renovations to turn the family-friendly establishment into a state-of-the-art social venue for adults and families. While this Eldersburg-based business will stay true to its goal of serving as a gathering place for the community, owner Bryan Zuber will create a space that’s more inclusive of all ages.
Stratosphere Social will include an expanded bar and restaurant, offering quick, casual food and alcoholic beverages to supplement their range of entertainment options, including: 8 lanes of modern bowling, Hologate (a virtual reality adventure), an XD theater (a multi-sensory immersive experience), a premium arcade, and trampoline dodgeball.
Zuber, who has been planning these upgrades since January of 2019, is enthusiastic about all the possibilities of this new space. “We’re excited to bring the next level of entertainment to Carroll County, and create a space that brings the community together unlike anything our area has ever had.”
Before the renovations, Stratosphere lacked the functional space to serve the business community. But with the support of other local businesses and county officials, Zuber hopes to change that. The new layout will include meeting rooms, onsite presentation capabilities, and even VIP areas for employee or client appreciation gatherings.
Contractors will be working overtime during the next 8 to 12 weeks to transform the trampoline park for its grand reopening. Friends and families of current employees will test the upgraded amenities first, followed by a VIP event only days before the official reopening.
Stratosphere Social invites the community to follow the renovation process on Facebook™ and Instagram™. Zuber plans to post daily updates on the progress to keep clients informed and involved. “Our goal is to have the space up and running as quickly as possible. We look at this as a community development project and the sooner we reopen, the sooner we can get back to serving the people around us.”