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Games get rolling in new venture

January 7, 2010 by By LINDSAY LARIN The Bellevue Reporter

What could be better than a multi-gaming theater equipped with six LCD flat screen televisions, four Xbox 360 consoles, two Playstation 3 game stations and two Ninetendo Wiis?

How about a state-of-the-art outfitted gaming theater gone mobile?

Local residents Lance Salisbury and Bob Washburn have launched Games2U, a video game and entertainment mobile trailer that brings the high-tech setup to people on the Eastside and Seattle.

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Games2U on FOX40 Live (KXTL) in Sacramento

December 21, 2009 by KXTL Fox 40 Live in Sacramento

Games2U Franchise Owners Chris and Stuart Wrba are interviewed by FOX40 Live (KXTL) Live in Sacramento, California.

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Taking fun on the road

December 12, 2009 by by Brian Grabianowski, San Mateo Daily Journal

Mobile Arcade franchises have been open across the country for many years, but none of them are at the level of Games2U, a high-caliber organization devoted to making children happy and spicing up birthday celebrations. However, it has accomplished much more than entertaining kids at parties.

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Young franchisor hits 2009 goals and has fun doing it

December 10, 2009 by by Sam Thacker, AllBusiness.com

Operating a franchise business can be good way for entrepreneurs to leave corporate jobs and "be their own boss" without the risks that pure start-ups face. One young franchisor has been beating its growth projections for 2009 and having tons of fun while doing it.

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Made In Austin

December 1, 2009 by Austin Monthly Magazine

"Take me to your leader" says a 10-year-old boy in a robot monotone. He presses a button and engulfs his mom in a cloud of fog, laughing as the staccato sound of laser fire blasts through the living room.

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Games2U: Rey Puente Comes to You

November 24, 2009 by By Cara Newman, YOUNG MONEY

Rey Puente, a teacher, wanted to do something different. He was hired as a game coach for the first Games2U franchise in Austin, Texas. After watching the tremendous growth of Games2Uand getting first hand experience about how much fun bringing games to birthday parties and other events could be, he decided it was a good investment and bought his own franchise.

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Games2U Featured on Good Day LA

November 18, 2009 by Fox KTTV, Los Angeles

Games2U franchise owners Bryan and Fabi Ackerman, and Brian Murtagh, are featured on Good Day LA. In this interview, Lisa Breckenridge climbs inside the Giant Hamster Ball.

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Games2U's Son Ngo Wakes Up with the Wagners

November 12, 2009 by KVBC, Las Vegas

Games2U franchise owner, Son Ngo, was recently featured on Las Vegas' Wake Up With the Wagners.

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Games2U's Clark Brockman Interviewed on Savannah's Mid Morning Live

November 9, 2009 by WTOC, Savannah

Games2U franchise owner, Clark Brockman, was recently featured on Savannah's Mid Morning Live with Sonny and Jody on WTOC.

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Games2U the ultimate mobile video game and laser tag party adventure for tweens and teens

November 7, 2009 by by Teresa LeBruno, Orlando Family Celebrations Examiner

Games2U brings a mobile video game theater, laser tag equipment and more to your doorstep. It’s the tween and teen version of the bounce house home party. This is perfect for the hard- to -please audience who is past the bowling and skating parties and ready for more excitement. Targeted for boys ages 7-14, it is sure to be a hit sensation with all kids who love video games!