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Boomers in Boca Raton re-opens with increased safety and fun

by | Nov 5, 2021 | Boca News, Entertainment, Events | 0 comments

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BOCA RATON, FL (Boca Post) (Copyright © 2021) — Boomers Boca Raton re-opens with laser tag, go carts, bumper cars, and more.

Boomers is open and ready for fun in Boca! With attractions like laser tag, go karts and bumper cars, in addition to an outdoor lounge space, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Boomers Boca Raton is celebrating their grand reopening today, November 5, with enhanced safety measures in place. Boomers CEO Tim Murphy noted “When people see that you care about their safety and their families, then those people can relax and allow themselves to truly unleash fun.”

Guest safety has always been a part of the Boomers culture, even before the COVID-19 pandemic. With a motto of “good, clean fun”. Boomers website notes the company is “committed to maintaining clean, healthy environments so that you feel safe to have fun.”

To ensure safety measures are followed, Boomers has implemented a program called Win-2-Work. Team leaders host daily meetings to review safety measures and the role that each team member must play. Compliance is tracked on an ongoing basis to ensure all safety protocols are met.

Enhanced safety measures include additional cleaning and sanitizing of high touch areas, including rides and equipment, and temporary closures of bathrooms throughout the day for deep cleaning. Signage has been installed throughout the property to remind guests and team members to maintain physical distancing and encourage frequent hand washing. Park capacity, seating and retail locations have been adjusted to allow for physical distancing. Guests are asked to visit only if they are healthy, and temperature checks are in place for staff and guests.

Boomers Boca full list of attractions includes black-light Lazer Tag, disco-themed Spin Zone Bumper Cars, Bumper Boats equipped with water blasters, Thunder Road Go Karts for adults and Lil’ Thunder Rookie Go Karts for the kids, batting cages, miniature golf, and a start of the art game room. The Boca location also offers Boomers Backyard, a dedicated outdoor space to have a meal and watch live sports or enjoy the ambience of one of the outdoor fire pits.

“Our commitment to providing a safe, fun experience is consistent from park to park and from the front door to the final lap,” says Murphy. “We take fun seriously every day, especially now when our guests and team members want to stay safe during this pandemic.”


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