New South Side business caters to stir-crazy kids, parents

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If the cold weather is giving your kids cabin fever, a new business in Beverly has a suggestion: Bring them to Wild Leapers. The indoor inflatable playground — the only one of its kind on the South Side — features a bounce house, two slides, an obstacle course and space for shooting baskets. “I chose this type of business because I have two small kids and a nephew I take care of. We went to one of these places, and they loved it,” owner LaToya Jenkins told DNAinfo. Wild Leapers, located at 10200 S. Vincennes, is planning a soft opening this weekend, with its grand opening set for Feb. 1.


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