O'Connor said the turnout so far has "hit expectations."
"I've got a lot of mothers coming in to use it as a workout," he added.
The facility has been popular with parents and teenagers, who are "excited about there’s something for the kids to
do on a Friday and Saturday night other than cruising around and playing video
games," O'Connor said.
"That’s exactly what we were hoping for,” he said.
Sky Zone has 80 total employees, and should reach 100, O'Connor said.
“I knew I’d get into that 75 (to) 80 range," he said.
"I was surprised
by how many kids wanted jobs. I doubt there’s somebody who’s employing more
teenagers in Westborough than me."