Entrepreneurship Founders

Case M. Lawrence

Membership Information:

Member Status: Silver
Member Since: 2017

Contact Information:

Website: http://www.circustrix.com
Linkedin Profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/caselawrence


Job Title: Founder and CEO
Company: Circus Trix
Location: Utah, United States


  • Largest developer and operator of indoor recreation and trampoline parks in the world
  • Multi-unit entertainment


Case is the Founder and CEO of CircusTrix--the largest owner, operator and developer of indoor recreation parks in the world with over 80 facilities and over 2,000 employees. Since opening his first park in 2011, CircusTrix now has facilities throughout the U.S. and internationally, including China and the UK (Ryze); and Germany (Superfly). CircusTrix Parks are considered among the best in the world including Gravady (Las Vegas), Sector6 (New Orleans), 2infinity (Florida), DefyGravity (North Carolina) and AboveAll (Nashville). Circustrix is also the owner of Rockin’ Jump—a trampoline park franchise focused on the children’s entertainment segment.

Case has been featured in Forbes, INC, Mashable and other publications as a pioneer in Active Recreation; and a leading innovator in Marketing to Millennials using social media.

Before “jumping” into CircusTrix, Case was a successful entrepreneur in the commercial real estate industry. In 2004, Case founded CargoBay, a groundbreaking company that developed storage and office space for small business. In 2007, Case’s CargoBay project in California was named National Facility of the Year. Throughout his career, Case has developed over 500,000 sq.ft. of commercial real estate. Case started his career in 2000 as an attorney with Venture Law Group in Menlo Park, California where he worked with some of the premier technology start-ups in Silicon Valley.

Case received a JD from Duke Law School and a BA in American Studies from BYU. Case is married to the former Kerri Lee and they are the parents of 6 children.