Louisville, Kentucky (PRWEB) September 16, 2013
For the last 19 years, Danger Run fans from near and far have gathered together in the chilly fall air to solve clues in a Halloween quest that leads them throughout the city in search of the area’s best haunted houses. The object of the spooky scavenger hunt style game is to follow the clues and make as few mistakes as possible to accumulate the most accurate mileage in their vehicle. The Top 25 closest to exact mileage are invited to the final showdown to compete for huge prizes and the title of Danger Run Champ.
Even though the challenge is winning the game, the most fun is cramming in a car full with friends and family to solve the rhyming clues and huddle together to face the terrors that await at the haunted attractions at the end of the bread crumb trail.
Founder and company president, Joe Bulleit, along with his partners, Michael Book and Mike Kimzey, have listened closely to customer feedback and this year the ghostly trio have made some major improvements to the Danger Run experience.
In past years, fans have been limited to experiencing only two haunts. This year, Danger Run has teamed up with FOUR BRAND NEW haunted attractions never before included. Doubling the number of haunts has opened the door to multiple routes, new thrills, and reduced wait times. While only two haunts are included on the adventure, now the Danger Run can be enjoyed multiple times for completely different experiences.
Another major upgrade to the Danger Run is the ability to start any time right from your own driveway! Unlike previous years, customers can purchase tickets online at dangerrun.com and download the clue book directly to their smart phone, tablet or print it out at home. Danger Runners will then be directed to the nearest secret starting location to begin their clues.
Tickets purchased online will save $1 on each ticket and still get all of the amenities provided by Danger Run. Of course, the regular start gates located a Lowe’s at 501 South Hurstbourne Parkway in Louisville, Ky.; 6651 Dixie Highway in Louisville, Ky.; or 1350 Veterans Pkwy in Clarksville, In., will still be in operation for those who enjoy a more traditional Danger Run.
Tickets may be purchased at one of the starting locations for $19.95 per person or online for $18.95. Danger Run participants will get an entire evening of unique Halloween entertainment including the fun scavenger hunt style game, admission to two all new haunted attractions (valued at $40 per person), a food offer from DQ Grill and Chill, the customary vampire fangs and a $10 Speedway gas card for carloads of four or more.
The Danger Run will operate this season from September 20 - October 26. Participants can start online any day at any time during this time frame and the traditional starting locations will be open on Friday and Saturday nights from 7PM - 11PM (the haunted attractions included are open from 8PM-2AM on Fridays and Saturdays).
Visit the website to try the all new online test drive or download the game in the iTunes App Store or Google Play.
For more information, visit http://www.dangerrun.com or call 1-800-771-9750.