Ropes, Bowling, Laser Tag Coming to Southwest Florida in December
January 21, 2014
Author: Dick Hogan
Bowland Centers marketing director Mike Cannington said the center is designed to appeal to a wide spectrum of customers, from teens to corporations using the rope course for team-building exercises. “The idea is that it’s an entertainment destination.”
Bowland Centers has smaller bowling/entertainment centers but this will be something new in the market, he said. “It’s something you see in big cities — you don’t see it very often in cities this size.”
The complex is expected to create at least 100 jobs in management, customer service, mechanics, restaurant/bar staff, sales and event planners.
A job fair this fall will fill the majority of those positions, according to the release.