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In the wake of recent storms in the area, it is in local residents' best interest to properly stake trampolines to the ground before the next storm to prevent further damage.

Trampolines are not designed to stand up to the high winds of a storm. They simply take flight and wreak havoc on anything in their path and end up a mangled pile of scrap metal.

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Simple trampoline wind stakes are NOT enough to anchor a trampoline during a storm.

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A trampoline anchoring kit complete with stakes and belts, like this one from Dicks Sporting Goods, is more likely to withstand a storm, and is even cheaper than regular wind stakes!

For just $20, take the safe route to avoid future storm damage by purchasing a trampoline anchoring kit!

Images courtesy of Walmart and Dicks Sporting Goods.

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