Raleigh, NC, November 17, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Newly opened Strafe Gaming Lounge provides Parents, Kids and Play Groups with a safe and fun place to take young children during the week. Strafe opens their doors to kids 6 and under along with their parents for some good clean fun from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM every weekday. With age appropriate video games and educational electronic toys, Strafe gives parents and kids a fun and affordable outing in the Raleigh area for just $5.00.
Strafe features the major gaming systems such as Wii, Xbox and Playstation 3 and also preschool specific gaming systems like the Leapfrog ClickStart, Leapfrog Tag and Tag Junior, VTech V-Smile and the Fisher Price Smart Cycle. Each preschool session also features a kid-friendly movie played on the 100” projection screen.
According to Part-Owner Paxton Galvanek, “Strafe was created to fill a void in the Fuquay-Varina area due to the fact that there is really nothing for young kids 'to-do'. When setting our hours we wanted to set aside several hours for pre-school kids so that they could come into Strafe with their parents or guardians and not only have a good time playing video games but also get educated and be exposed to fun learning games.”
Strafe also offers “free play” days in which it is free for parents, kids and/or playgroups to come in. To find out when the next “free play” day is, check out their calendar at strafegaming.com. Strafe also offers private parties, tournaments, and hourly gaming sessions.