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Trinity Athletics - Free Trial Tumbling Class
Ongoing Every Mon, Tue, Wed & Thu Beginning Monday, August 04, 2014.

Trinity Athletics is a new state of the art facility offering tumbling, cheer, and trampoline/power tumbling classes to kids of all ages. Trinity Athletics is conveniently located at McGinnis Ferry and Johns Creek Pkwy.

Call or come by anytime and don't forget to take advantage of our free class offer.
Times:4:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Where:Trinity Athletics Tumble and Cheer
3950 Johns Creek Ct
Suwanee GA 30024
Additional Info:Website: www.TrinityLabels.com
Phone: 678-879-1333

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