Michael Browning Jr., CEO and co-founder of Urban Air Adventure Parks, is 34 years old and has parlayed his immaturity into a multi-million dollar business. Urban Air Adventure Parks began as a single trampoline park in Southlake and has since expanded into the largest network of family-oriented indoor theme parks in the country.
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Southlake has grown rapidly from its urban beginnings. Browning, from his Bedford base of operations, explains. “I wanted to build a home that I wish I had. When I was a youngster.” That’s why we’re working hard to build an indoor amusement park to rival Six Flags.
The majority of our customers are mothers. Who is caring for children aged one to fourteen? The place is safe and cheap enough that anyone can afford to go in.
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The 65 Urban Airs, 12 of which are in D-FW. Feature everything from climbing walls and warrior obstacle courses to tube playgrounds, ropes courses, trapezes, spinning and flipping bumper cars (you must see these things), and, of course, trampolines.
An estimated 175 units are currently under construction or nearing completion on various real estate projects across the country. Christmas Ramones Cars 2 Game Christmas Day Pipeline Sprint.
The company, in 2018 had total system sales of $166 million. Began in a small industrial garage off Main Street, behind the Town Square Gazebo in Grapevine. Urban Air Coupons offer savings for the whole family on this fun activity.
Mike Browning, Browning’s dad, was a luxury homebuilder in the Grapevine, Colleyville, and Southlake areas before he and his son started Urban Air. Browning thinks that both his mom Sharla and his wife Melissa have a maternal instinct.
What I hope is that moms will feel. When they enter this space is similar to what they experience when riding in a Honda minivan. Obviously, I was made to use this item. Napkins are stored in a separate compartment. In total, there are 26 places to put your drink.
URBAN AIR RESTROOMS
This means that the restrooms will be spotless and that patrons will have an unimpeded view of the action at Urban Air. Browning claims that in the business world, appearances are everything. Even if you serve wood-plank salmon on a bed of rice. Your customers will leave if the restrooms are unclean.
The expensive fish are just an example he’s making. The mainstays of the menu at urban air Southlake are burgers, chicken sandwiches, and pizza. High-speed Internet, glass-fronted desks, massage chairs, and alcoholic beverage bars. (Including beer, wine, margaritas, and daiquiris) are also available for guests. Browning continues. “As a result of this, our stay has been extended from three to five hours.”
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Urban Air’s brand-new offices on Airport Freeway are fantastic, too. At Texas Christian University, Browning played semi-professional hockey. He calls himself a “big child at heart.” Our creativity is fuelled by our carefree demeanor.
If you’re a disruptive startup that’s trying something new. You should be prepared to take the arrows first and make some mistakes. In our view, efficiency and originality will win out in the end. Instead of spending the next year perfecting an idea and then releasing it when it’s obsolete, we’d rather get things done quickly, have an impact, and make some mistakes we can learn from.
URBAN AIR EMPLOYEES
In place of desk phones, the company has mandated that all employees be provided with iPhones. Banana scratch-and-sniff wallpapered phone booths are available for those who need some peace and quiet while they talk on the phone. To that end, he says, I hope to cultivate a setting in which workers feel free to move around the office as needed.
URBAN AIR TABLE FOR PING-PONG
There is a ping pong table in the cafeteria, and “The Backyard” features a mini-golf course with fake grass, a corn hole, a ring toss, and a giant Jenga set, among other activities.
“We can be just as effective playing Ping-Pong and talking about an issue,” Browning says, in contrast to holding a meeting in a stuffy conference room in Southlake’s thick, polluted air. A spot to play Xbox has been prepared. Together, let’s play Madden and try to figure this out.
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When Browning was seven years old. He went door to door selling beaded bracelets he had made. As a sophomore at TCU. Browning started his company in his dorm room. Which specializes in consumer analytics.
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He eventually sold the company to Rowland Hanson two years later. For $5 million in cash and stock, Microsoft has hired back a former employee who was part of their marketing and branding team when Windows was first introduced. In 2009, Browning launched a privately held healthcare company through which her Zerona non-invasive body contouring laser could be distributed.
Below the Golden Gate Bridge, in a repurposed airplane hangar, X Games athletes train at a trampoline park. That he found out while in San Francisco giving a keynote address at a conference on technology and cosmetic surgery.
Browning says, “I thought, ‘Man, this is very intriguing,'” referring to the urban air of Southlake. when I first had the concept. In other words, “Can you bring it to life?” Certainly, he said.
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Oddly enough, he hasn’t built another house since then. He’s been very busy with Urban Air. The first Urban Air location, in Southlake, Texas, opened on October 28, 2011; it is not far from the company’s headquarters.
After two years, Browning noticed that fewer and fewer people were coming into the store and that those who did were spending less and less time there.
When you’re at a trampoline park. You’re bound to be bouncing around. That includes the mortgage or rent payment for the first month, any fees for attractions, operating capital, advertising, insurance, and maintenance, as well as any other costs directly related to the property. Browning claims that a franchisee needs two years to break even on their initial investment.
Low-priced vacant stores like Toys R Us, Sears, and Walmart are being converted into brand-new Urban Airs. Previously prominent features like Community Farmer’s Markets and Trampolines are now given much less coverage.