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Here are a few opportunities available in the Mid-Atlantic Region when it comes to arranging a fun and valuable team building session.


At Main Event Entertainment, their tag line of “Eat. Bowl. Play.” sums up what they do best, but not nearly all that they can do! Amanda Jones, sales manager for Main Event Entertainment, talks about all the many offerings they are able to pro- vide.


“We are a 52,000-square foot family enter- tainment center featuring bowling, bil- liards, laser tag, and over 120 arcade games,” says Jones. “We host more than just birthday parties. We host happy hours, holiday parties, employee or cus- tomer appreciation events, meetings, retreats, and more.”


With locations all over the United States, including Newark, DE and Columbia, MD regionally, there are endless options avail- able for hosting a fun-filled group event.


For team building, specifically, Main Event provides two great packages: The Lightning Strike and The Power Play.


“The Lightning Strike includes one game of bowling, one game of strike force laser tag, and a Fire & Ice Round,” explains Jones. “The Fire & Ice round is where the group is split into teams and compete to get the highest points in basketball and skee-ball.”


“The Power Play includes one game of bowling, one game of strike force laser tag, a bowling pin trophy to take back to the office, and the Power Point Challenge,” she continues. “The Power Point Challenge is where the group is split into teams and they compete for the highest points in the arcade. A facilitator is dedicated to the group to encourage


and guide the guests from activity to activity.”


Jones adds that they also are experi- enced in accommodating specific team building needs. “We offer several corpo- rate packages and a VIP bowling section for our corporate clients. Main Event Columbia has a private room that seats up to 50 guests and is an ideal place for a meeting before having some fun.”


Jones feels that at Main Event, what makes their team building options such a hit for group functions is that their facili- tator is a great asset to the team building experience, which is not often included at other group event locations. “They work to engage the entire group by coaching and playing with the individu- als. We also work to mold the team build-


Let’s Meet in State College!


• 190,000 Square Feet of Meeting Space


• 3600 Guest Rooms • Affordable Meeting Space


• Diverse Dining & Entertainment Opportunities


• Convenient Access to I-80, I-99 and 322


• Trade Show Space at the Bryce Jordan Center for 375 Exhibitors


• RFP Distribution, Complimentary Site Visits


No matter how many times you’ve visited State College, home to Penn State University, we always have a surprise for you. See our shows. Explore our museums. Sample the local flavors. The ideal place to get started is atMeetinStateCollege.com or contact Shirley Smith (shirleys@visitpennstate.org) or Brenda Hall (brendah@visitpennstate.org). You can also call us at 814-231-1401.


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