The Warehouse offers fun for all


Looking for a fun place in town to bounce around and be a kid again?

Well, there is a new place on Carter Avenue that will let you do just that. The Warehouse, owned by Gary and Heather Linville and Austin Kent, has a variety of inflatable bouncers and a Nintendo Wii for hours of entertainment for church groups, birthday parties, or anyone else that wants to rent it out for fun.

The approximate cost for two hours is $200, but The Warehouse can be called for more pricing information.

“We wanted to offer a Christian environment that is positive and constructive. We had a dream and are trying to live it out. We wanted to put an action behind a dream. An idea is just an idea if there is no action behind it,” said Heather Linville.

The Linvilles work and attend Ingomar Baptist Church. Gary is an associate pastor and student minister.

There is a concession area available for customers to bring their own food and drinks. The entire facility is unlimited.

The activities include: inflatable bouncers, jousting and bungee run, a princess bouncer, a little tykes bouncer, a small slide, a velcro wall, and a sport bouncer with a volleyball net that can also be used for playing football.

The owners encourage parents to come in and supervise small children. For birthdays, all of the inflatables are supervised.

The Linvilles thought, ‘Why can’t we expand our ministry into the community?’ We wanted a place for youth, adults and families to come and enjoy and feel welcome.”

The Warehouse is hosting Parent’s Night Out Friday, December 11th from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Call (662) 587-9399 for more information. The Warehouse is located at 218 Carter Avenue.


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