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BattleBlast Owner to be "Locked Up" for MDA
Published on Sun, Jul 13, 2014 (9:16 p.m.)FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Rhonda Mikologic, 702-203-5053, [email protected]
On Thursday, July 17th, at high noon, Rhonda Mikologic the owner of battleBLAST Laser Tag will be “Locked Up” to help benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association. The Lock-Up is the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s premier fundraising program. At noon on Thursday a MDA Arresting Officer will arrive at battleBLAST to transport Rhonda, the Jailbird, to the holding facility at The Martini.
battleBLAST has been raising funds for the Muscular Dystrophy Association for the past couple of months. The goal is to raise $2400. All funds raised by the MDA Lock-Up assist the Association in providing lifesaving research, a nationwide network of medical clinics and accessible summer camp experiences to local individuals and families affected by neuromuscular diseases.
“I’m looking forward to going "behind bars" along with other community leaders to help raise critical funds for MDA”, said Rhonda. “It’s a great cause and we are glad that battleBLAST Laser Tag was invited to participate. We are thankful to have such generous friends, customers, and supporters.”
Open since July 2012, battleBLAST Laser Tag’s arena features a two-story worn torn city theme with an open viewing deck for guests, as well as an outstanding array of arcade games, a snack bar and large party rooms for birthday celebrations, corporate events and other group parties. All-inclusive Party Packages include gameplay, private party room, fountain drinks, pizza and cake, making it easy for busy parents to host a unique birthday celebration that theirs kids and guests won’t soon forget. The laser tag experience can also be an excellent option for corporate outings, where team-building is inherent in the scheme of the game. For more information, visit http://battleblastlv.com/
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