Fun Depot Undergoes Construction for New Features

Asheville's Fun Depot has changes underway in an effort to improve the flow of activities and improve the overall experience for guests.

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We’re making these changes in an effort to continue to provide the community a wholesome family fun environment. These changes will make it easier for families to enjoy themselves," according to David Day, Owner.

(PRWEB) March 18, 2013

Construction is underway at Asheville’s Fun Depot as they revamp their entertainment offerings. Over the next few weeks there will be some changes at the Fun Depot in a continued effort to support families needs.

The 18-hole indoor mini-golf course is undergoing some changes as they add new features to the course, including black light holes to the course. The mini-bowling will be relocated from upstairs to downstairs and adding bowling lanes with black light images on the wall and enhancing the overall look of the attraction. Both of these changes are slated to be completed prior to Spring Break, the end of March.

Following those changes, there will be some additional changes at Fun Depot, moving certain features as they allow for more age-appropriate activities to be closer together in proximity, making it easier for parents to sit and relax while their children play in a enclosed area. Beginning in April of 2013, the soft play area will be moved upstairs, with a new softplay feature. The kiddie arcade will also be moved upstairs. To accommodate the changes, the bumper cars will be moved downstairs,

“We credit much of our success to the community and make an effort to continually meet their needs. We’re making these changes in an effort to continue to provide the community a wholesome family fun environment. These changes will make it easier for families to enjoy themselves, with similar interests located in closer proximity so that parents of small children in particular, don’t have to continually go up and down the stairs,” said David Day, Fun Depot Owner.

Throughout the course of the changes and additions, the public is welcome to follow the Fun Depot’s Facebook and Twitter accounts. Construction photos are continually uploaded to their Facebook account to help keep the community updated on the progress, as well as get them excited for the changes.

Asheville’s Fun Depot is committed to their mission to “Impact Others Lives in a Positive Manner,” something that they strive to fulfill in every aspect of development, from the type of whole some entertainment provided, to the community partnership to the customer service the staff provides. To learn more about Asheville’s Fun Depot, visit http://www.ashevillesfundepot.com or call (828) 277-2386.

Notes to Editors:

Asheville’s Fun Depot works with Texas Biz Solutions on their web and marketing development. To learn more about Texas Biz Solutions visit http://www.TexasBizSolutions.com.

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  • Christine Maloney
    Day Associates
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