Round Rock, Austin locations of Catch Air to become PlayMazing Indoor Play & Party

(Iain Oldman/Community Impact Newspaper)
(Iain Oldman/Community Impact Newspaper)

(Iain Oldman/Community Impact Newspaper)

After parting ways with Atlanta-based Catch Air, Austin-based Indoor Play LLC is rebranding local Catch Air franchises under the name PlayMazing Indoor Play & Party. The company will rename both Catch Air Round Rock, located at 1401 S. IH-35, Ste. 130, and Catch Air Austin, located at 13450 Hwy. 183 Ste. 107, to PlayMazing Austin and PlayMazing Round Rock on Nov. 15. Current attractions vary by location but generally include a three-story obstacle course, ball pits, slides, trampolines, climbing walls, dance floors and more.

Indoor Play said in a news release that it "plans on a total revamp and enhancement for all of its Family Entertainment Centers to bring a more superior experience for safe family fun." Planned upgrades include expanded educational entertainment, interactive platforms, in-store events, party packages, new pricing and expanded concessions, per the release.


“We’re so excited to become PlayMazing and have some incredible changes in store for the community, customers and all of the fantastic kiddos who have been coming for years,” Trey Ikard, a managing partner for Indoor Play, LLC, said in the release. “This will give us the ability to align ourselves with our vision of creating a better and safer indoor place for young children. Also, we’ll be able to serve our customers much better and in a faster timeframe since we aren’t controlled by the corporate franchise.”

Indoor Play is hosting a name change celebration at both locations from 9 a.m.-8 p.m. on Nov. 15. Guests can sign up for giveaways and raffles, create a craft and participate in a dance party. Children’s entertainers are scheduled for 10 a.m.-noon and 5 p.m.-7 p.m. at both locations, per the release.


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