Provided by Laser Quest Potomac Mills
Laser Quest Potomac Mills is celebrating the 35th Anniversary of the invention of Laser Tag on Thursday, March 28. That day is International Laser Tag Day. A special night of laser tag will be held at Laser Quest Potomac Mills, 14517 Potomac Mills Road, Woodbridge. Celebrations include $5 laser tag games from 5:00 to 9:00 p. m., prizes for the first ten (10) players who attend, and a special draw to take place as well. Reservations are recommended, so please call Laser Quest Potomac Mills at 703-490-4180.
Laser tag history will be made in Texas on the 35th anniversary of the day the game debuted in the Dallas area. Laurie Jean Britton, a laser tag enthusiast and blogger from upstate New York, will complete her quest to play laser tag in all 50 states while being cheered on by laser tag inventor George Carter III when she visits Laser Quest North Richland Hills, Texas for a celebration on March 28.
Laser Tag Day commemorates the beginning of the first laser tag, Photon, which was created by Dallas inventor George Carter III and opened its first site in the Dallas area on March 28, 1984. Carter is considered to be the founder of the laser tag industry and will be a special guest in attendance at the event. To help celebrate, a special night of laser tag will be held at all Laser Quest locations in North America.
Laser Quest is a family entertainment venue combining the classic games of hide-and-seek and tag with a high tech twist. They are the world’s leader in the laser tag industry and are privately owned and operated by Versent Corporation ULC, with the corporate office based in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Laser Quest is a family entertainment venue. Their multi-level arenas have specialty lighting, swirling fog and energetic music to add to the excitement for up to 32 or more players in each game. The first Laser Quest entertainment Centre in North America opened in 1993, and currently operates 45 locations in Canada and the United States, employing more than 850 people across North America.