Newspaper article Sarasota Herald Tribune

TreeUmph! Adding Its Third Adventure Course

Newspaper article Sarasota Herald Tribune

TreeUmph! Adding Its Third Adventure Course

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RECREATIONAL INDUSTRY

LARGO -- TreeUmph! Adventure Course, the local company that launched what it describes as Florida's "first tree-top obstacle course," is adding its third site, this one in Largo.

The new aerial obstacle park will be at the Highland Recreation Complex in Largo, was approved earlier this month by the Largo City Commission.

The grand opening for TreeUmph! Blaze is expected in the fall or winter. Another TreeUmph! course in Hernando County is now under development. The first course opened in Manatee County in 2013.

The Largo business is expected to serve more than 45,000 guests in its first year of operation and create up to 25 full- and part- time jobs.

"The response to our brand of providing treetop and aerial adventures has been incredible. …

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