Red Door Escape Room has announced the opening date of its 14th location at 125 Boardwalk Place in Gaithersburg’s Rio Lakefront Shopping Center. The Grand opening event will take place on Friday, June 9th from 6pm-8pm. At the event, once the reservation system goes live, you’ll be able to book your “episode” for 50% off.
“We are excited to bring the Red Door Escape Room experience to all of our guests and cannot wait to get involved in the local community surrounding Gaithersburg,” said CEO Nick Madden. “At Red Door Escape Room, we combine technology and puzzles to create a truly collaborative and mentally-stimulating experience for families, friends, and coworkers alike. We want our guests to successfully decipher the codes and complete the challenges; but more importantly, we want them to talk and laugh about their experience on the ride home.”
Per Red Door Escape Room: In a world where technology can hinder human connection, Red Door Escape Room was created with one goal in mind: to emphasize and encourage the true value of human connection. Since opening the doors to our first location in July of 2015, we have been committed to helping people reconnect throughout Texas, California, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia, and soon to be our latest home, Maryland. In continuing the mission, we offer a fully-immersive experience that features problem-solving, communication, teamwork, and genuine fun. Unplug and reconnect at Red Door Escape Room.
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