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After Frenzy, It's Time for Tag
Brad Shepherd, the owner of All Star Lanes, contracted Creative Works to install another laser tag arena.
By: Danny Gruening - Creative Works
This isn’t the first time that All Star Lanes has partnered with Creative Works. Brad Shepherd, the owner of the facility, had the company install their popular Lazer Frenzy laser maze back in 2010. He was so happy with the performance of the game that he looked again toward Creative Works when he decided to add Laser Tag to his attraction mix at the Sandy location. Brad knew the experience this company has accumulated over the past 15 years, as they also installed his original laser tag arena at the Tooele location. He knew Creative Works would be able to coordinate with his contractor, architect, and laser tag equipment provider in order to deliver a full turn-key package.
“Brad put his faith again in our team to complete the work at this site and give him the WOW effect,” said Jeff Schilling of Creative Works. “We appreciate the opportunity to work with such a great operator and are happy to hear everyone loves the new laser tag and our signature Earth Quest look.”
The 3,000 square foot Earth Quest arena is themed to represent the lush greenery of a foreign planet, similar to the hit movie Avatar. Players can weave in through the maze walls, tagging each other while hiding behind glowing barrels and crates. At either side, two towering battle droids stand, allowing another opportunity for players to score points. Based upon the guest response so far, this attraction is sure to be a revenue booster for years to come.
To see more about this facility or the other All Star Fun Centers, visit www.allstarlanes.com
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Creative Works builds and designs attractions for family entertainment centers. We provide laser tag arenas, black light miniature golf, Lazer Frenzy laser maze, The Game Patrol, Mirror Amaze and theming in general. www.theWOWeffect.com