Valley Lanes Adds 3 New Immersive Attractions

Valley Lanes contracted our team for 3 new immersive attractions at their Midland, Michigan family entertainment center. Originally a traditional bowling center, Valley Lanes has since added an arcade, bumper cars, mini golf, escape rooms, virtual reality and will add laser tag by the end of this year. For the escape rooms, virtual reality and laser tag, contracting Creative Works was a no-brainer for Valley Lanes owner, Jason Rapanos.

“I chose Creative Works because they are good to work with, are a long term company that has been around for years, and most of all have a quality product,” Rapanos said.

For those wanting a hands-on, puzzle-like adventure, Valley Lanes has 2 escape rooms that offer fun, interactive game experiences that is perfect for team-building or social events. In Pharaoh’s Revenge, look for lost artifacts in an ancient Egyptian building near the Valley of the Kings. In Mayday, set off for an exotic adventure on a submarine, when suddenly all chaos erupts, forcing you and your crew members to repair the submarine before it’s too late.

Valley Lanes is adding a 3,352-square-foot, 2-level laser tag arena that is set to open in December this year. Inspired by Avatar, this laser tag arena features interactive pieces such as 2 huge battle droids that can tag players who pass by.

“We are so pleased with the results we’re seeing at Valley Lanes – they are a classic example of how diversifying the attraction portfolio creates a 1 + 1 = 3 effect. In addition to Infinite Escapes and VR, we’re in the process of adding laser tag, and look forward to the next big jump in their revenue because of it,” said Creative Works VP of Sales, Russ Van Natta.

Click for more information on Epic Arenas laser tag arenas and Infinite Escapes.