Lazer Maze Brings Interactive Adventure to Vaughan, Canada
By: Laserforce Laser Tag
Di Cicco is currently in the construction business, which allowed him to spend the last four months getting Lazer Maze ready to open by April of this year. Maria was very happy to leave her office job to take on the role and responsibilities as President of Lazer Maze. The official grand opening took place April 26-27, 2014. In attendance for the ribbon cutting was Vaughan’s Mayor, the Hon. Maurizio Bevilacqua, P.C.
The 10,000 square foot facility houses an arcade, lounge, café and a 5,000 square foot custom created, Laserforce (www.laserforcetag.com)
“We had such a great experience working with Laserforce and Creative Works,” said Danny. “The arena is one of a kind in the area and the equipment is impeccable.”
Di Cicco began researching for this project almost six years prior, which included visiting laser tag equipment manufacturers and locations in the US.
“After meeting with Jeff Willy and seeing all the features that the Laserforce product provided, I knew that this was the best choice on the market,” said De Cicco. “I found myself getting bored very easily with the other arenas and equipment we tested. Laserforce provides ongoing interaction, with sound effects, music, color changing suits, game ranking and so much more. You never get bored and the vests and guns are top of the line.”
Not one to sit idle, De Cicco is already thinking ahead and looking at expanding his arena from one level to two levels. Perhaps even opening more locations in the future. For more information on Lazer Maze, visit www.lazermaze.ca.
Laserforce has been developing, manufacturing and supplying laser tag equipment since 1987. They are a global leader with new sites opening all over Australia, Europe, Asia and North America. Laserforce is one of the most trusted names in the laser tag industry. For additional information regarding Laserforce and their state of the art technology visit their website at www.laserforcetag.com.