Representatives Mike Levin, Jim Roysdon, and Chris Dierking said that Grand Arena was founded by gamers for gamers. In addition to gaming, it is a social club and family entertainment center with comfort in mind. They offer board games, dice games, card games, console games (Xbox, PS4, Wii), role playing games, and more.
Mike Levin, owner of Grand Arena, added that they also have games like Sorry, Yahtzee, Uno, “… but we have many newer games like “Ticket to Ride” and “Pandemic”. We also host Tampa’s only totally immersive Artemis Starship Bridge Simulator where you can take on the role of a bridge officer and man a bridge station in a unique team building experience. We have over 350 games in our library to choose from, and if a game intrigues you and you do not know how to play; we will teach you. Plus, we also offer our members complimentary drinks and snacks during their stay.”
“We are thrilled to welcome Grand Arena as a new CABA member and look forward to helping them promote their business through an array of CABA member benefits,” said CABA President Diane Stoddart.
Mike Levin added, “We are happy to be members of CABA. Grand Arena is a family friendly facility, and we hope the community will come join us for some fun and games.”
The Grand Arena profile can be found on the CABA website at http://bit.ly/Grand-Arena-Mind-Expansion.
For over 30 years, CABA has provided area businesses with a voice and community to help ensure their growth. With over 400 members, the organization represents a large variety of businesses in the Greater Carrollwood area.
SOURCE: Carrollwood Area Business Association
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