Creative Works' Laser Tag Arena in Zero Gravity
Dec. 12, 2013
-- Zero Gravity Trampoline Park now has an amazing new Cyber Quest Laser Tag arena (http://www.lasertagworld.com)
designed by Creative Works to diversify its trampoline park and bring in the fun. Not only does Zero Gravity have over 11,000 square feet of trampoline surfaces by Best American Trampoline, but this facility now has over 2,500 square foot laser tag arena with amazing 3D fluorescent murals and props.
Players begin their adventure in the briefing area to receive their mission and get fitted in their LaserBlast equipment for interactive game play. Once inside, players leave their families and friends on earth and are welcomed by spectacular cosmic murals as they move through a maze of circuits and transducers. But players must hurry, unknown forces have taken over earth's power supply and only the bravest players can defeat the opponents endangering our home planet.
Zero Gravity has been a very successful entertainment destination in the Twin Cities metro in Minnesota for two years now. However, Heidi and Scott Nagel, Owners of Zero Gravity, knew that it was time to bring more diversity to their trampoline center. "So much of the entertainment business is birthday party related, and many of the kids have been here 10-15 times. We wanted to add new attractions to keep it fresh and keep them coming back for more. We felt that a laser tag arena matched the demographics we were trying to reach," commented Heidi.
Heidi and Scott were first introduced to Creative Works at the educational event TAG 360 (http://www.lasertag360.com
). This two day event gives participants valuable information on maximizing capital with new attractions, marketing methods to bring in more customers, attraction maintenance and much more. "We have been through several shows, and TAG360 was the most informative of anything we have been to about the FEC business. We got something out of every minute at TAG360," commented Heidi.
Zero Gravity Trampoline Park is perfect for birthdays, parties, or anytime you want to get your heart pumping. Guests have a blast jumping and flipping on trampolines at the open jump, dodge ball, basketball, and foam pit courts. The "Gravity Lounge" is where guests can relax with Wi-Fi and grab some snacks at the vending machines. Zero Gravity also offers aerobic classes, party rooms, a tot spot, and laser tag to bring fun for the whole family.
Who will jump at a chance to save the world from unknown cyber forces? Learn more about Zero Gravity at http://www.zerogravitymn.com
The Creative Works is a designer and builder of entertainment venues, manufacturer and supplier of attractions, and creator of props, effects, décor and more for sites around the globe. To learn more, visit: http://www.THEWOWEFFECT.com or call toll free (877) 843-6348.