Games2U brings party to your house
If your kids love video games and laser tag, a new mobile game theater can bring the fun right to your house for parties.
The first Games2U franchise in Baltimore is open for business and owner Michele Evans hopes it will become a hot new birthday party trend.
"We are offering everyone the chance to have a 'rock star' birthday party at an affordable price," says Evans.
Each party vehicle features multiple flat screens inside and outside with the top games for video game systems like XBox 360, Playstation 3 and Wii systems, and lets 20 gamers play at one time. High tech laser tag guns function in daylight or dark, and can be set up in front or backyards or in neighborhood parks.
Games2U party participants can also roll around in a giant Hamsterball or shoot customized air cannons, as well as getting personalized party photos on site.
Founded in 2007, Games2U quickly became a popular birthday party option, especially among boys ages 7 to 14. Parties start at $199.
Although birthday parties are the most commonly booked event for Games2U franchises, owners also book plenty of school, church and corporate functions.
For more information, visit www.G2U.com.