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More businesses are popping up in Trussville as its revitalization continues. Here’s an update on what has newly broken ground and what has opened.
Urban Air Adventure Park
Trampolines are a blast. Period. So guess what! You’re just days away from being able to jump your heart out at Urban Air Adventure Park because the grand opening is set for Sat., Aug 18 at 10am.
Here’s what to expect:
- Climbing walls
- Tubes playground
- Warrior Obstacle Course
- Performance Trampolines
- And more!
Be one of the first 100 in line to purchase an Ultimate Pass during the park’s grand opening and win free basic access to the park for a year!
Jump into the fun of Urban Air Adventure Park at 3695 Roosevelt Boulevard in Trussville.
Rebecca Brown’s A Baby and Children’s Boutique
Rebecca Brown’s A Baby and Children’s Boutique held its grand opening on Aug. 11 in downtown Trussville—and it served up oodles of cuteness!
The boutique is owned by Trussville native, Rebecca Byars Brown.
“I hope my store fills a necessary void in my hometown,” Brown. “It’s been great to share with friends and family my plans to open a baby and children’s store in the area, and I can’t wait to see how the community supports not only my store but other new businesses opening in the area!”
What will the boutique sell? Sweet baby and children’s items, of course! Especially clothes. Brands include:
- Angel Dear
- The Bailey Boys
- Copper Pearl
- Honey Bee Tees
- Petit Ami
- Sweet Dreams
- Vive Le Fete
- And more!
The boutique is open Tues.-Fri., 10am-5pm and Sat., 10am-3pm.
Shop all the adorable items at 1 Office Park in Trussville.
Full Moon BBQ
Full Moon Bar-B-Que held its groundbreaking ceremony on Aug. 14 at 9am and Trussville is excited! What southerner doesn’t love some BBQ, am I right?
The new location is looking to hire 100 employees. Job score!
It will also offer catering services, so be prepared to boost those weekend gatherings with some awesome BBQ!
Full Moon Bar-B-Que can be found at the Trussville shopping Center off the Clay Chalkville exit.
Looking for fresh ingredients, bold flavors and fast service? You will soon be able to find it all at Panda Express in Trussville.
An exact opening date is still in the air, but if you drive down Gadsden Highway you can see building progress being made every day. Yay!
Check it out on the corner of U.S. Hwy. 11 and Roebuck Industrial Parkway across from Jack’s Restaurant.
What business are you most excited about coming to Trussville?