A larger arcade area and a new two-story laser tag arena are among $1.4 million in renovations Georgia-based Stars and Strikes recently completed at its Dallas location.
Opened in 2008, the 50,000-square-foot facility at 2400 Hiram-Acworth Hwy. in Dallas recently underwent a major remodel and upgrade, a news release stated.
Renovations at the chain’s Dallas location included:
♦ Doubling the size of its arcade room, and adding more than 30 new arcade games, including Virtual Rabbids, a new virtual reality experience.
♦ The addition of a new two-story laser tag arena with an immersive “space” theme.
♦ New Winners Circle redemption story, where guests can “shop” for prizes with their virtual tickets won in the arcade.
♦ A re-imagined interior with new flooring, paint colors, premium flooring and decorative lighting.
♦ Upgraded restrooms at the bowling lanes.
Chris Albano, managing partner and co-founder of Stars and Strikes, said, “We are excited to unveil the renovations to all of our guests.
“The expanded arcade is just huge and offers a place for our guests to get away and play with friends and family in an upscale, family-friendly atmosphere.” Albano said. “The Dallas community has always supported us, and we wanted to provide them with the best family entertainment experience possible.”
The company invested over $1.4 million in the renovations, creating new jobs, most of which will be filled locally.
Locally owned and operated, Stars and Strikes Family Entertainment Centers provide a fun and friendly atmosphere for the whole family to enjoy.
In addition to state-of-the-art bowling lanes, attractions include bumper cars, two-story laser tag, arcade games and a bar and restaurant with healthy choices and classic American favorites.
Stars and Strikes currently employs over 1,000 people throughout Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and South Carolina.
For more information or to apply for employment, visit www.StarsAndStrikes.com.