Colorado is known as a state that stays in motion, not only in health and fitness but also for the meetings and events industry. After 12 years as editor, of Colorado Meetings + Events, I am no longer surprised at the state’s ingenuity but the amount of new venues, restaurants and hotels launching in the Denver metro area now and in the future has definitely caught my attention. Here are just a few highlights, and watch our Spring 2017 issue and website for more!
Bowlmor AMF will reopen Brunswick Zone XL Lone Tree as Bowlero, which will debut in Colorado this October.
The renovated Bowlero Lone Tree will have 60,000 square feet of space, with 48 lanes of bowling, an interactive arcade, two new bars and a laser tag arena. The space will also have an updated A/V system, with video walls and a state-of-the-art sound system.
Bowlero will provide a unique take on the bowling, and the overall entertainment experience. The arcade alone will feature 60 games, like Pac Man Smash, Star Wars Battle Pod, Mega Stacker and many more.
At the end of July, the Jellystone Park at Whispering Pines in East Tyler, Texas, opened its long-anticipated laser tag game.
The laser tag is just under an acre in size and can accommodate up to 20 guests.
“We’ve had a lot of interest in this, so we’re eager to have the game up and running for our guests to enjoy,” says Don Tardy, the park’s co-owner who bought the campground four years ago with his wife, Jan, and her two adult children, Colt and Bree Perrin.