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Ladies Night at Sky Zone: Kids Jumping, Moms Shopping and Vendors Selling

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SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – The kids were jumping, parents were shopping and the vendors were selling this past Thursday night at Sky Zone located on Hadley Road in South Plainfield. “This was our first Ladies Night and it was very successful,” said Tina DeAngelis, Marketing Director for Sky Zone. “We had over 25 guest register in advance and more registered at the door. The event is a great way to give back to the community. The vendors were able to sell their products, and promote Sky Zone to their friends and customer base.”

There were a variety of vendors on hand. The vendors included Fairy Tale Inc. (a handbag company), Touchstone Jewelry, Rodan & Fields, Usborne Books, Wild Tree Foods, Scentsy, Tastefully Simple and Motive Cosmetics. The vendors were from throughout New Jersey including vendors from Kearny, Branchburg, Cranford, Monroe, Scotch Plains and South Plainfield.  Most of the vendors brought their children to “jump” while they sold their wares and expressed they were happy to be part of the event. “I think this is a wonderful event, with a good variety of vendors,” said Tamara Winsmann, an executive consultant from Rodan & Fields. 

“This is a great event and my daughter loves Sky Zone,” said South Plainfield resident Bella Rowlands. “I’m having a great time and I even won a door prize from Motive Cosmetics,” added her daughter, Tatiana. “I love Sky Zone,” said James Katsingris. “I am enjoying the shopping time while James is jumping,” added James’ mother Melissa Katsingris.  Linda Dashuta, former South Plainfield resident traveled from Monroe to participate in the event and is an independent consultant from Scentsy. “The event was very successful and I can’t wait for the next one,” said Dashuta.

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“The people who wanted to try Sky Zone came tonight at a discount if they register in advance for Ladies Night,” said DeAngelis. “It is a win-win, helping the community and promoting Sky Zone at the same time. We plan on hosting another Ladies Night before the holidays.”

Sky Zone is located at 600 Hadley Road in South Plainfield, NJ. For more information about their events, birthday parties or facilities visit their website at http://www.skyzone.com/southplainfield.

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