Jumpbunch Now Being Offered at Over 20 Public Libraries Throughout Long Island
Long Island Libraries are helping kids stay active and fit all year round by bringing in JumpBunch programs for toddlers to teens. Every time JumpBunch visits a library they introduce children to a new sport. Best of all, Library programs for children are free to community members, so you just can’t beat that price! JumpBunch programs are for children ages 18 months to 12 years of age. Classes are divided up by age and the youngest class, 18 months to 35 months, requires parent participation.
Holbrook, NY - November 09, 2014 - (PR.com) - JumpBunch of Southeast Long Island is proud to announce that it has expanded its programming at over 20 Public Libraries throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties.
Sports at the local library? That’s right, Long Island Libraries are helping kids stay active and fit all year round by bringing in JumpBunch programs for toddlers to teens. Every time JumpBunch visits a library they introduce children to a new sport. Best of all Library programs for children are free to community members, so you just can’t beat that price!
Some of the libraries that JumpBunch of Southeast Long Island services are: Center Moriches Library, West Islip Library, Mattituck Library, North Shore Library, Longwood Library, Middle Country Library, Connetquat Library, Levittown Library, Island Park Library, West Babylon Library, Roger Memorial Library, Farmingdale Library and many more.
JumpBunch programs are for children ages 18 months to 12 years of age. Classes are divided up by age and the youngest class, 18 months to 35 months, requires parent participation. JumpBunch even offers programs for those hard to please pre-teens.
Owner, operator, Winkie Schultz says “Kids and parents just can’t get enough of JumpBunch. All programs are non-competitive and fun. We bring child friendly equipment and fun games and drills. It is our hope to develop a love of the game in all children.”
JumpBunch themes programs seasonally. In January football is introduced, just in time for Super Bowl! In March they bring in basketball for March Madness and in April it’s spring training and baseball is the sport of the month. Summer months are volleyball and track and field games. They even run family fun days at local libraries!
All libraries differ in their bookings so please contact your local library to see when JumpBunch will be coming to your library. If you don’t see JumpBunch on your library’s calendar talk to the Children’s Librarian and ask them to give Winkie a call at 631.585.3577 to see how easy it is to bring this great program to your community.
For more information on programs offered by JumpBunch on Southeast Long Island or to bring JumpBunch to your town call Winkie Schultz at 631 585 3577 or email @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
JumpBunch currently has 53 franchises in 24 states and continues its growth throughout the world. Tom Bunchman, President and founder personally vets all new franchise candidates in an effort to maintain a high level of quality. “JumpBunch is a proven business model that positions owners to fill a real need valued by parents and school directors,” says Bunchman. With its focus on growth and continued success JumpBunch continues to seek out qualified owners interested in a business and career that counts. High potential territories and still available for the right candidates.
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