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Games2U Featured on CBS Atlanta

July 28, 2010 by CBS Atlanta

Games2U owner Ken Moore featured on CBS Atlanta.

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Games2U brings party to your house

July 22, 2010 by Valerie Lai, Community Impact Newspaper

David Pikoff's goal seems simple enough: He just wants to create childhood memories. As co-founder of Games2U, an Austin-based entertainment company headquartered in Hudson Bend, he oversees the production of a game called Booger Wars (a game similar to dodgeball in which players avoid having a green bean bag hit and stick to the Velcro vest they are wearing) and the first-ever kid-operated robot.

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Games2U's Jeff Helms Interviewed on Nashville's ABC News 2

July 22, 2010

Nashville's Julie Kranick interviews Games2U franchisee, Jeff Helms.  In the interview, Jeff shows off Games2U's fun activities like our Video Game Theater, Giant Hamster Ball, Booger Wars and more.

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Games2U Featured on Baltimore's ABC WMAR

July 21, 2010 by WMAR ABC Baltimore

Games2U Franchisee, Michelle Evans, is featured on Baltimore's ABC affiliate, WMAR.

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7 jobs that pay you to play all day

July 19, 2010 by By Kaitlin Madden, CareerBuilder.com

You've probably worked hard to find a job you love. It may have taken you three different majors in college, a couple dozen career tests and a midlife crisis, but you've landed in a job you enjoy.

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Games2U's Mike Moody is Interviewed on San Antonio's Fox News at Nine

July 9, 2010 by Fox News at Nine

San Antonio's Fox affiliate's Christina Coleman interviews Games2U franchise owner Mike Moody.  In this interview, Mike shows off Games2U's Texas-sized 32" Big Rig Video Game Theater packed with almost every activity Games2U has to offer.

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Games2U - Residential Video Game Party

July 6, 2010 by SNAP Roswell

Ken and Brian Moore of Games2U brought their mobile entertainment theater to a for an exciting birthday party. The Moore's state-of-the-art van came equipped with laser tag, a giant inflatable hamster ball, all of the latest video games, plasma TVs, a satelite dish for tailgates, etc. 

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Mobile video games drive growth

July 6, 2010 by Phoenix Business Journal

Local Games2U franchise owner Jonathan Starr purchased his business with his father, James, in December 2009. It costs about $250,000 to get the business up and running. He sees between three and eight rentals per week, but despite school vacation, he said he doesn't expect a blockbuster summer. Most of the party equipment is made for outside activity and is not summer temperature friendly. His video game trailer and foam machine, however, are cooler and should be in demand, said Starr...

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Games2U brings party to your house

July 6, 2010 by Cheryl Clemens, Maryland Family Magazine

The first Games2U franchise in Baltimore is open for business and owner Michele Evans hopes it will become a hot new birthday party trend.

Know what your next party needs? A Booger War

July 6, 2010 by By Jennifer Iannone, correspondent, Suburban Journals

Dan Mogus was looking for something unique to entertain his family and friends during his daughter's recent high school graduation party.

Minutes after GAMES2U pulled up at his home in Chesterfield, his guests became enthralled with the 4-D Movie Theater Ride Experience and giant human hamster balls.

Nearly all of Mogus' guests took a turn watching short, 3-D films that felt much more like a ride, with the seats moving and water spraying.