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Aeroball is a one-of-a-kind sport that lets you get plenty of excercise and at the same time is a blast to do. Its an intense, fast-paced way to have fun and enhance athletic skills. Basically, this sport is a combination of basketball and volleyball... on TRAMPOLINES!

Each player has his/her own side and tries to shoot a basket past his/her opponent, while bouncing on a trampoline. Simple as that. This can be a great family activity as well.

Location: 7620 N. Hartman Land / Suite 1, Tucson Arizona 85743 Telephone 520-579-6781

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