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Re: [entrepreneur-1566] Thanks Alvin for Laser Shootout clarification

From: user 6.
Sent on: Sunday, March 15, 2009 8:50 PM
I suppose I speak for many of our members when I say 'THANK YOU" for this clarification. It sounds like fun. What kind of space & place do you to hold this function? Do have it already? When is it to be held?
Do you have a Maximum number as I can think of lots of friends I would like to invit.
Best Regards,

Alvin Quah <[address removed]> wrote:
Hello Everyone!

I was trying to send this email last night but somehow I think the mail did not get through so I have to do it all over again (now if it did get through for some of you, please accept my sincere apology for "spamming" you again, I promise I will not do this a thrid time).

It all started when Terry (mr. president of this group)asked me to introduce myself and the game to you guys so that you will better understand what you are signing up for.

I'm Alvin (newbie ? so somebody welcome me! haha) from Singapore and I?ve been posted to Hong Kong to help run our team building (and kids parties) business here. I?ll be spending about 3 weeks a month here, so you can say that I?m based here for at least 6 months to a year.

When Terry asked me if I have any suggestions for the next meet up, I figured since I have the Laser Tag guns with me, why not throw a party for you guys to try it out.

That brings us to the next question: What is Laser Tag? Simply put, commercial laser tag is serious electronic toys adopting infra-red technology designed for the sole purpose of providing fun through combat simulation. Of course, logically thinking such technology don?t start out that way. Laser Tag guns were initially mass produced by the American military to train their soldiers in a safe and realistic manner.

So imagine the laser tag guns as extremely high tech remote controllers with speakers and sensors. It?s a little bit like playing a real-life video game.

To find out more about the game browse this website:

Some FAQs that we need to know:
1. What do we wear to play the game?
Normal casual clothes with covered shoes that you can run a little in

2. Do I need to bring change for the networking after the game?
In this weather, not really, unless you have super high metabolic rate (then bring change)

3. Will I get hurt?
It is supposed to be a non-contact sport; there is also no projectiles involved, so you are not supposed to get stained by anything or bruised (unless someone else hits you with the gun or if you fall haha)

4. How much will it cost me to play this game?
YOU PLAY FOR FREE! Promotional price is $250/student & $350/adult until June09 but we are giving you this ONE TIME OFFER to play this game for free!

5. Can I bring a child to join us?
Yes, 5 years old minimum as the guns weigh about 2kg+

If you have other questions, please feel free to email me at [address removed] as I will be travelling this week.

Alvin Quah

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