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Pinstack Announces Third North Texas Location

This fall, Allen, Texas, will have the third location of Pinstack—a 46,000-square-foot venue that will have 26 bowling lanes with lane-side food and beverage service.

The new location will offer a two-level laser tag arena, a rock-climbing wall and high-ropes court suspended 20 feet above hundreds of video games and simulators. There also will be a full-service restaurant and bar with a private dining area. The venue will have space for more than 1,400 people.

PINSTACK Rolls Across North Texas

PINSTACK Bowl of Plano, is a 50,000-square-foot entertainment venue featuring a variety of indoor games, activities and a full-service restaurant, bar and private dining area. The restaurant offers features local and regional cuisine. The facility is operated by Entertainment Properties Group, Inc., and the unique concept features a 28-lane bowling facility with lane-side food and beverage service and a VIP bowling area. Additional activities include videogames, bumper cars, a two-level laser tag arena, a high ropes course and a climbing wall.

Where to Go This Fall? Gettysburg!

Gettysburg’s historic town and majestic countryside boasts beautiful fall foliage, an array of autumn events and is one of America’s top haunted destinations, making the fall season a great time to visit the region.

“While many visitors think of Gettysburg as a summer destination, some of our most popular months are in autumn when the weather is cooler and couples and families are looking for short getaways before the holidays,” says Norris Flowers, President of Destination Gettysburg.

Meet Nancy Elder

These interviews are part of a series that highlights new hires within the industry. Have you recently started a new role or do you know someone who has? Submit your ideas to brittany.trevick@tigeroak.com.

Nancy Elder was recently hired as the events manager for the Lake Geneva Chamber of Commerce and CVB.

Ocean County Tourism Still Going Strong

Ocean County’s tourism industry in New Jersey continues to get bigger and bigger. And, according to Joseph H. Vicari, freeholder and chairman, Department of Business Development and Tourism, there’s nowhere to go but up.

 “Tourism is a $4.3 billion industry in Ocean County, but by the end of this year I’m predicting it will be at $4.4 billion,” he says. “Every dollar that tourism brings into the county circulates seven times, providing jobs, paying taxes and strengthening our local economy.”

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