By: Kim Thornhill | Category: Recreation/Leisure | Issue: March 2009
Jesse Lampkins, junior at Owasso High School and employee of Putt & Jump, gives Aiden a new perspective in the Private Jump Arena.
If you are looking for the perfect destination for indoor family entertainment, be sure to check out Owasso’s Putt & Jump Party Company. They offer a variety of inflatables, miniature golf and dozens of video games. Birthday parties will be memorable at Putt & Jump, and during spring break, every day can be a party.
Putt & Jump’s owner Karie Mullins knows what it’s like to drive to Tulsa searching for things to do with kids. Since opening in May, Mullins has provided a great venue for fun in Owasso. She constantly listens to customer feedback and makes changes to meet their needs.
You can now make party reservations online through the website. “We get reservations during all times of the day and night. I love being able to provide service to our customers even after hours,” said Mullins.
For those who don’t want to host a large party, Putt & Jump now offers mini party room rental. “You can choose open jump for your party guests and use the mini party room for cake and presents,” said Mullins.
Your best bet for larger parties is one of the party packages, in which you get an hour and 45 minutes of fun. The package includes a personal party host and photographer to guide your party guests through the jump and putt arenas. The host will set up the party room complete with an inflatable throne for your special guest, plus provide all the paper goods and color invitations. And they clean up the mess.
Sarah Nail decided to have her son Connor’s fifth birthday party at Putt & Jump. “The inflatables are big, and they have so much variety,” said Nail. “The best part is they do everything for you.”
Putt & Jump now offers a smart value option as an addition to any party package. Customers receive four large Andolini’s pizzas, 18 Capri Sun drinks for the kids, 12 beverages for the parents (choose from bottled sodas, Gatorade, water, flavored teas or juices), a party photo CD, and a dozen latex balloons. “Just bring the cake and birthday child and you are set,” said Mullins.
Check out the website at www.puttandjump.com for all the party packages and event options.
Putt & Jump also now offers fundraiser opportunities. Schedule your school fundraiser from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays. Your school will receive a percentage of admission proceeds as a donation during this time, and visitors have access to the entire facility!
Another popular new feature at Putt & Jump is the monthly Open House, when children are able to use the Super Jump Arena, Open Jump Arena, Putt Arena and arcade for one price. Mark your calendars for these upcoming Open House events: Tuesday, March 17 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sunday, April 19 from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday, May 9 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
“I have tried to coordinate the open house dates with the dates the kids are out for spring break and teacher meetings. The kids get something fun to do on their day off!” said Mullins. Kids can leave and come back as long as they keep their wristband attached.
The Open House in May coincides with the Owasso Trail Days carnival. “There will be rides in the parking lot,” said Mullins. “The Open House and carnival are the perfect way to celebrate our one-year anniversary!”
Don’t forget that Putt & Jump Party Company can deliver the fun. Six inflatables are used specifically for outdoor use only. “No indoor inflatables are used for delivery. We want to keep them looking their best,” said Mullins.
Located across the street from McDonald’s at 76th St. N. and Highway 169, Putt & Jump is sure to be one of your family’s favorite destinations for fun.