Winter in the Midwest has been... long and cold. Not that this season has actually been any longer or colder than those in the past, but as my kids have gotten older it has become more and more apparent that we need to find something to do even if we can't go outside.
As much as we enjoy story time at the library and play group with our friends, it's nice to do something active sometimes and burn off some of that energy that kids always seem to have. One such great place to do that? Pump It Up!
From the time that Big Sister E was first introduced to the inflatable wonderland back in 2009...
...To now, when she and Little Sister B can jump, bounce and slide all that they want, it's a great place for kids of all ages.
So what could be better? How about jumping for free!
President's Day is a day off from school and kids in Chicago will be jumping for joy, thanks to Spark Energy Chicago! Did you know that Chicago-area residents now have the opportunity to CHOOSE their energy provider? Spark Energy is a multi-state provider of low-cost electric service offering significant long-term savings to current ComEd customers. Learn more at http://www.sparkenergy.com!
To celebrate that they now offer energy service and savings in the Chicago market, Spark Energy Chicago is giving their Facebook fans a coupon to download for one FREE Pump It Up session of jumping! Children 12 and under will be able to jump for free on February 21, 2011 at seven participating Chicago-area Pump It Up locations. How fun!
So, in preparation for this Monday, February 21, when children are off from school and moms will be searching for kid-friendly activities, head to Pump It Up! All you have to do is Like Spark Energy Chicago on Facebook and, beginning at 5 pm CST on February 19, click on the Offers tab to download and print your coupon for one free session of jumping fun for President's Day (one coupon per adult while supplies last)! Just present the original printed coupon to one of the designated Pump It Up locations (see coupon for locations) and let the jumping fun begin!
(I was compensated in exchange for writing this post, however, the opinions I shared are solely my own.)