Slingshot Entertainment May Solve Your Holiday Party Crisis

By Stephanie Davis Smith, November 7, 2015

Planner Problem: The shot callers at your company can’t decide on a location for the holiday party. One bigwig wants to incorporate a teambuilding activity; the other wants a full-catered affair; and yet another wants meeting space for a mini awards ceremony.

Supplier Solution: Slingshot Entertainment is a new indoor entertainment facility that lays claim to its status as the largest in Georgia with four meeting rooms, a full catering team, four additional party rooms and multiple high-level teambuilding activities.

Behind the whitewashed walls of an enormous building about 20 minutes north of downtown Atlanta is a Pandora’s box of teambuilding activities and event space. Open the lid and you’ll find a full racetrack with electric high-speed Sodi Racing go karts and scoring capabilities, 14 bowling lanes with an interactive lounge, the largest indoor ninja obstacle course in the United States, a state-of-the-art arcade, four meeting rooms with full audiovisual capabilities and Wi-Fi, plus a full bar and restaurant.

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Knowing the holiday event season was right around the corner, Slingshot Entertainment opened its doors in September 2015 to incorporate play into faith-based celebrations. The two-level event and entertainment venue employs a full catering team and a staff liaison to ensure everything goes smoothly on-site. They’ll set you up with full coffee and tea service, snacks like pimento cheese popcorn and crudite platters, healthy salads, gourmet handmade pizzas like Hawaiian barbecue (gluten-free pizza crust available), blackened grouper tacos, vegetarian options and more.

Each week the venue hosts more than a dozen events, including church association meetings and religious youth gatherings. Inside the cavernous expanse, find customized music, flat-panel monitors for branding and logos, and an incredible AV system available to planners.

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