A new general manager has been named to lead a new multimillion-pound of outdoor trampoline park with enclosure in Coventry.
Stephanie Gray has been appointed by Red Kangaroo to oversee the 54,000 sq ft unit on School Lane, Exhall, which is in the final stages of its conversion.
The £2m project is the first of its kind in the Coventry and north Warwickshire area and is set to open in early February.
Gray moves from her role as general manager of the company's Reading park to oversee the new operation.
She said: "When the opportunity came up to manage the incredible new site in Coventry, I went for it. It’s a great opportunity and a really exciting development.
"I had moved to Red Kangaroo from a smaller trampoline centre business and knew that if I succeeded, opportunities would be there for me.
"I think the industry as a whole has so much potential for growth, it is fresh and exciting, a real destination for families and an incredible facility that I can’t wait to be a part of.
"I have already moved to Coventry and am looking forward to opening. I think we offer a lot to the area, as the only trampoline site of our kind.
"I am looking forward to meeting the public and becoming part of the community."
The new trampoline park is set to create more than 50 jobs.
The park's new management team also includes duty manager’s Kalila Hayward, who joins Gray moving from the Reading park, and Clair Campbell, newly employed from the Coventry area.
The extensive refurbishment is being carried out by Wigley Building and Development, the construction arm of Coventry-based commercial property company The Wigley Group which owns and leases the site to Red Kangaroo.
Paul Wrightman, managing director of Red Kangaroo, said: "We are delighted to have brought in our management team who I know will ensure this project creates a fun-filled activity for everyone to enjoy in and around Coventry."