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Stars and Strikes Brings Their Unique Version of Family Entertainment to Irmo, South Carolina


IRMO, S.C., Feb. 11, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Georgia-based Stars and Strikes recently announced plans to open a new family entertainment center in Irmo, South Carolina in the 4th Quarter of 2019, their second location in South Carolina.

The 50,000 square foot facility located at 800 Lake Murray Boulevard will house 24 bowling lanes, 8 of which are VIP lanes. In addition to bowling, Stars and Strikes features other attractions, including a 7,500 sq. foot arcade and prize store, multi-story laser tag, bumper cars, the 7/10 Grille and a large full-service bar.

The new Irmo facility also includes private party rooms for events, including an upscale corporate event room that will seat over 100 guests. Stars and Strikes excels at providing chef-crafted cuisine in a fun-filled atmosphere. 

"We are aware of the demand for our unique brand of entertainment from the families and residents of Irmo, Lexington County and the greater Columbia area," said Jack Canouse, managing partner and co-founder of Stars and Strikes. "With these families in mind, we are excited to bring a quality brand of family-focused entertainment to the Irmo area that guests of any age can enjoy."

The location will offer affordable birthday packages designed to accommodate budgets of any size. Stars and Strikes delivers a fantastically fun birthday party experience for kids that is easy and affordable for parents. The Company's birthday parties are consistently voted the #1 Birthday Parties by multiple news outlets.

The Irmo location will offer fresh, chef-crafted cuisine including a variety of appetizers, salads, sandwiches, specialty pizzas and other house-made items. 

With thirteen existing locations throughout Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina and Tennessee, and a new Stars and Strikes coming soon to Raleigh, NC (opening in the 4th Quarter of 2019), Stars and Strikes Irmo will be a kid-friendly, safe, clean, smoke-free entertainment center.

Stars and Strikes is excited to be an active member of the Irmo community. The company will invest over $7 million in the new facility, creating over 150 jobs, most of which will be filled locally. 

ABOUT STARS AND STRIKES

Locally owned and operated, Stars and Strikes Family Entertainment Centers provide a fun and friendly atmosphere for the whole family to enjoy. Stars and Strikes currently employs over 1300 people throughout the Southeast. 

Press contact:

Scott Harris, Director of Marketing
678-780-9227
Sharris@StarsandStrikes.org

 

SOURCE Stars and Strikes


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