Giant East Ham trampoline park appoints general manager

PUBLISHED: 13:59 20 April 2017 | UPDATED: 13:59 20 April 2017

Matt Miller is the new general manager at Flip Out London E6

Matt Miller is the new general manager at Flip Out London E6


A new trampoline park in East Ham is one step closer to opening now it has appointed a general manager.

The new £1.8m Flip Out London E6 complex in Barking Road will include a state-of-the-art laser maze alongside a “Ninja Warrior” course, an indoor potholing experience and 12 themed climbing walls – and they will all be overseen by Matt Miller.

The 35-year-old, from Chelmsford, has also held senior positions at Mecca Bingo, Virgin Active and Rayleigh Megazone.

Flip Out MD praised his 14 years of management experience: “Matt has an impressive background in the leisure sector and we are thrilled to welcome him on board.”

Matt himself said: “This is a really exciting time for me to take the reins at Flip Out London E6 with the opening just a few months away. Preparations for the launch are in full swing and I am really looking forward to welcoming our first visitors once we open the doors.”

Flip Out London E6 is due to open some time in the summer.

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