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This last December my staff and I had our meeting at It'z Family Entertainment Center. It'z is a 60,000 square foot facility that has indoor go-karts, laser tag, bumper cars, mini bowling and many arcade games. They have three large conference areas that can accommodate around 100 people per room and then eight smaller rooms that can each accommodate twenty-five people. The room we chose held seventy-five people comfortably. It was set up with HD TV's and a large projector that was all plug n play, which was great for plugging in my laptop. They are a buffet style facility which was great for our company since we were on a budget. They had pizza, pastas, salad, and deserts. I loved their Dragon Fire Chicken Pasta!! After our meeting we were able to enjoy ourselves throughout their facility with a few team building activities. We had Team challenges with laser tag and Mini bowling and some individual speed and time challenges in go-karts. We also had a ticket challenge where we play all the games in the game room and tried to see which team could rake in the most. After all the competitions concluded we had an award ceremony back in our conference room where certificates were given to the winning teamsâ€¦even the losers got an award. Don't tell the boss but they even have beer and wine and for a little extra charge they will set up a full service bar in you room. Easy to say we had a great time and the management and staff took very good care of us. We have already booked our next stay at It'z.
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