Here's what attendees at the last Foundations Entertainment University held in January had to say about the location-based entertainment and FEC seminar program:
“It is suicide to open a FEC without attending FEU.”
“I could attend Foundations every year and learn things that will take my business to the next level. Do yourself a favor and bring your leading staff to this event.”
“Foundations University is a fantastic organization for both start ups and existing businesses. Full of information and “make sense” ideas and concepts. I am so glad I attended and recommend any entrepreneur to do the same.”
“Randy White is right on his feasibility studies and trends. Frank Seninsky is correct on accounting systems and preventing employee theft.”
Based on demand from past attendees, Foundations Entertainment University has been extended from 2.5 to three days and for the upcoming Chicago program, 12 new topics have been added in optional breakout sessions.
On top of all this, Foundations attendees will be get a in-depth presentation and behind the scenes tour of the newly opened, acclaimed and cutting-edge restaurant-anchored Level 257 entertainment center developed by Bandai Namco, the Japanese game company that owns Pac-Mac.
Foundations Entertainment University attendees will get a behind the scenes tour of the new Level 257 entertainment center located in Woodfield Mall in Chicago
That will be followed by presentations and behind the scene tours of attendee's choice at of either Adventure Realm, where the virtual and real worlds collide or Sugar Grove Family Fun Center, an outdoor go-kart, miniature golf center and bumper boat FEC.
The July 14-16 Foundations Entertainment University is a not-to-be-missed educational program for anyone opening, renovating or just wanting to get sharper about operating a family entertainment (FEC), bowling, laser tag, children's entertainment or other type of location-based entertainment or eatertainment center. Now in its 12th year, it has become the platinum standard for industry education.
Don't procrastinate and miss out. Attendance is limited to 40 attendees. The Chicago program is expected to be a sellout. Register today.