The Laser Tag Museum has received one of its largest donations in its history consisting of over 20 laser tag packs representing three different manufacturers. FUNWORKS! owner Mr. Ross Briles contacted the Curator at the IAAPA 2014 trade show regarding the large donation. The 18-acre FUNWORKS! opened with a wide variety of attractions including: The only triple level go-carttrack in California, 54 holes of Putt-Putt Golf, Bumper Boats with squirters, a nine-station batting cage, the Pizza Company, Freddy's Tree House, The Game Zone, and an incredible Prize Counter.
Ross is one of the pioneering operators of laser tag in the family entertainment center industry. He has continued to reinvest in his facility and over time accumulated a large collection of laser tag equipment.
The picture above is of 5 Actual Reality packs, 2 network base, charging boxes, downloader and scoreboard. Actual Reality was a manufacturer based out of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
The items will be preserved and displayed for the future of the laser tag industry to appreciate. The other two systems donated by Mr. Ross Briles will be featured in future news articles.
The Laser Tag Museum would like to extend sincere appreciation and gratitude to Mr. Ross Briles and FUNWORKS! of Modesto, CA for this incredible donation.