GameTime, Tampa’s premier arcade and family restaurant, is giving thanks this Thanksgiving weekend to the Ybor community with a day of free game play for all guests.
(PRWEB) November 10, 2013 — GameTime arcade and family restaurant, located in Ybor City, will thank the neighborhood with complimentary game play for all of their guests on Saturday, November 30th. From 10a.m. to 6 p.m. GameTime welcomes the community to bring in their families for arcade entertainment that is completely on the house.
The holiday weekend, with Thanksgiving and Black Friday, encourages people to spend money. After three years of business, GameTime is grateful to be open, and wants to thank the guests that helped make this happen.
“Ybor City, and its community of visitors, is the perfect location for GameTime entertainment,” says Dan Christensen, Director of Marketing at GameTime. “It’s so rare for businesses to think beyond sales and figures. Thanksgiving weekend is often promoted as a ‘spending weekend,’ and we don’t want to follow the pack. We’d like to stand out, which is what Ybor is all about.”
The Saturday after Thanksgiving and Black Friday, will mark the first ‘GameTime Gives Thanks’ event, and expectations are for it to become an annual tradition. At a time when families come together, GameTime believes people are looking for inexpensive entertainment they can enjoy with their loved ones. Free game play is GameTime’s way of thanking the people, community and neighborhood that have kept their doors open.
GameTime is an arcade and family restaurant, with locations across Florida. Families can play in the game room, and then enjoy a meal together. Kids have fun playing video games and winning amazing prizes. Adults can relax and enjoy the game with a drink at the Sports Bar. No matter the age, GameTime is the amusement fun spot for everyone. Play the games you love. Watch the games you cheer for. Win the prizes you value. You can learn more about GameTime at: www.gametimeplayers.com or www.facebook.com/gtplayers
Director of Marketing