April 1, 2012 - The world’s largest laser tag company has just agreed to install a 20-player NexusFEC system in the Eastern Shore Lanes Entertainment Center.
The new laser tag system will be installed into the 3300 square foot, state-of-the-art Cyber Quest arena. The theme immerses the guests in an outer-space environment with large base props, bright colors, detailed mural work, and special effect lighting.
Eastern Shore Lanes is located in Spanish Fort, Alabama and is owned by Butch and Sonya Cole. The Cole’s are very experienced in the Entertainment Center Industry; they also own the Wow Factory in Coconut Creek, Florida, as well as Gulf Bowl, located in Foley, Alabama. NexusFEC has already been installed into the Wow Factory; Butch and Sonya saw that their customers loved the Nexus so Butch and Sonya decided to install it into Eastern Shore Lanes.
“With Zone Laser Tag being the largest and one of the most experienced manufacturers in the entertainment industry, it’s nice to work with veterans of the same trade.” said Erik Guthrie, Vice President of Zone Laser Tag.
For more information about Eastern Shore Lanes, please visit their website.