Portland, OR and Seattle, WA (PRWEB) May 18, 2011
Already widely known in Stumptown and the Emerald City for their hilarious, fast-paced hunt-based games for groups, teams, and corporations, Run Brain Run introduces new Search Party Scavenger Hunts for everyone.
Starting June 2, individuals, friends, and families can get in on the action from Run Brain Run that until now has been reserved for private groups.
With introductory prices heavily discounted from Run Brain Run's already low group rates, fun-seekers can sign up to meet at the designated place and time - alone or with friends - and commence their ultra-secret mission...
"Why watch The Amazing Race or The Davinci Code when you can play it yourself?" says Run Brain Run founder and Chief Instigation Officer David Schargel. "Get into your own game!"
Players can compete with - or against - their friends and work buddies. Or, if they arrive solo, we’ll match them up with brand-new friends as they quickly assign essential but zany roles of leader, scout, scribe, or cheerleader.
No need to bring gym sweats or running shoes. Contestants will exercise their brains more than their bodies. And with three different regularly-scheduled dates and locations in each city, we make it easy for everyone to get into the game.
Portland Search Party Scavenger Hunts
- Pearl District: First Thursdays, 6 PM (June 2, July 7, August 4).
- Central Library: First Saturdays at 11 AM (June 4, July 2, August 6).
- Downtown: Third Saturdays at 11 AM (June 18, July 16, August 20).
Seattle Search Party Scavenger Hunts
- Seattle Art Museum: First Thursdays, 6 PM (June 2, July 7, August 4).
- Pike Place Market: First Saturdays at 11 AM (June 4, July 2, August 6).
- Seattle Center: Third Saturdays at 11 AM (June 18, July 16, August 20).
Special Introductory Price: Online tickets are $12 per person with free online coupon for up to 4 people (over 50% off of the $25 regular price). Advance ticketing strongly recommended, but walk-ups are welcome if tickets are still available. Coupons, more details, meeting locations, and web specials are at http://www.runbrainrun.com.
About Run Brain Run
Run Brain Run, a division of Hometown Advantage, has been offering opportunities to think outside the cubicle since 2007. We offer the freedom to escape through our collection of socially interactive location-based games, spy adventures, philanthropic escapades, and gastronomic games. Additional information is available on our website, http://www.runbrainrun.com, or by calling 888.604.3350.