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EVO Entertainment Group Holding Grand Opening For Its One-Stop Fun Spot At Peninsula Town Center May 27

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HAMPTON-EVO Entertainment Group will hold a grand opening of its much-anticipated location in Peninsula Town Center on Friday, May 27. In celebration of the Memorial Day weekend opening, EVO Entertainment Hampton will offer one free hour of bowling, or one free hour of game card use with every movie ticket purchased during opening week from Friday, May 27 to Friday, June 3. Promotion redemption must be used by Thursday, June 30.

Guests will enjoy an eight-screen dine-in cinema with push-button service and plush recliner seating, a nine-lane bowling center, video arcade, restaurant, and bar. The location will also offer event space that can be rented out for birthday parties, company outings, and more.

The Hampton location marks the company’s first flagship “EVO Entertainment” venue located outside of Texas.

EVO is bringing new jobs to the area and anticipates employing more than 75 team members at the Hampton location. Tickets for opening weekend are on sale now and may be purchased at www.evocinemas.com. EVO Entertainment Hampton is located at 4401 W. Claiborne Sq., Hampton.

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