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Creative Works installs laser tag arena at Launch Trampoline Park, Watertown

Creative Works Launch Watertown laser tag

Creative Works, leaders in interactive elements, attractions and themed environments, have installed a new laser tag experience at Launch Trampoline Park in Watertown, Massachusetts.

Launch Watertown is the first in the nationwide chain to add a laser tag element due to the company’s rapid growth and need for diversification in the market.Launch Trampoline Park Logo

“Launch decided to install because they are going into a lot of existing markets that may already have laser tag,” said Creative Works vice president of sales Russ Van Natta.

“They wanted its franchisees to have options to choose a theme to help set them apart from other competitors. This is so they could make sure they have something unique to bring to the table.”

Creative Works Laser Tag at Launch Watertown

The single-level arena is 3,500 square feet and Mayan themed. It has relics, colourful shrubbery, hand-painted waterfalls, animals and trees to give an immersive jungle experience.

Hazer machines, special effect lighting and sounds also add to the environment.

With the first installation in place, Creative Works are working with Launch on several of their attractions to add new interactive elements to the guest offering.

Launch Watertown Creative Works

“We’re currently in the process of working through another handful of projects with Launch as various franchisees work through different permitting and building steps,” Van Natta stated. 

“We have a nice blend of existing facilities that we’re building into. In addition we have new builds that are factoring in laser tag from the beginning.”

Launch locations have also begun installing other Creative Works attractions including the popular laser maze, Laser Frenzy.

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Ella Baskerville

Ella Baskerville

Ella is Business Development Manager and looks after client relationships and new business. Joining Blooloop in 2015, she has a degree in Natural Science from the University of Bath, but her true passion lies with the attractions industry and is a self-confessed theme park geek.

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