JUMP TNT COVID-19 UPDATE - MONDAY, MARCH 16, 2020
Communities from every part of the world are coming to terms with an unprecedented crisis triggered by the spread of the Coronavirus Disease. Every individual, family, business, industry, and country will be impacted in some shape or form, and most are already feeling the effects.
Today we regret to announce that effective immediately JUMP TNT will be temporarily closing for the next 2 weeks (until March 30th). This includes everything - all classes, open gyms, team practices, birthday parties, and private lessons. While the local government has not yet mandated gyms to close, we know that it is only a matter of days before all non-essential businesses will be forced to suspend operation. We had hoped to stay open for as long as possible, but now believe that it is critical for us to take this measure to protect the health of our members and staff. It is also our moral and social duty to help flatten the curve and prevent our hospitals from becoming overwhelmed.
We humbly request your support now, more than ever. Our staff and facility will be relying on your ongoing enrollment to keep food on the table and the doors open after the pandemic has subsided. While we won’t be offering instruction in the gym, we are currently in the planning phase of creating online content made by our coaches and staff for our active members to enjoy. We will have tutorials, instructional videos, flexibility sessions, and conditioning workouts to consume on a daily basis. It will be fun, and athletes will love watching their instructors online! We will need a little bit of time, though, so be on the lookout for these to arrive in your e-mail beginning next week.
Once we reopen, we will look into expanding our make-up policy and/or adding exclusive open jumps for our impacted members.
In closing, we are incredibly thankful for all our members and the tremendous support you have shown us over the years. We cannot wait to see all of you when we reopen. Please remember to support the small and local businesses throughout your community. They will need all the help they can get to weather this storm.
From our family to yours, stay healthy and take care!
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