Meet Jermaine Young and his son, Terriquee, the founders of MKETag, the first Black-owned renowned portable laser tag event production company based in Chicago, Ill. The company has been approved by The Chicago Park District to launch the LaserTag in the Park AfterDark series across local community parks in June 2022.
MKETag is thrilled to announce the company’s expansion into Chicago this summer with the launch of the LaserTag in the Park AfterDark series coming this June. The series’ first pop-up event will be held at Humboldt Park and will continue into Millennium Park, Grant (Ulysses) Park, Lincoln Park, and Garfield Park throughout the summer. These public events are approved by The Chicago Park District and will include our 1,500 square-foot enclosed laser tag arena equipped with LED lights, neon fog, air-conditioning, a vortex of wind tunnels, and a 360-degree sound system that the community is sure to enjoy all summer long.
MKETag, first established in Milwaukee, Wis. in 2018, is best known for its ultimate laser tag event activation for schools, festivals, fairs, non-profits, businesses, and private parties. Throughout the year they hold events such as fundraisers, team-building exercises, private birthday parties, post-prom parties, and in-school field trips to name a few. The company has also hosted events for the Milwaukee Bucks, Waukesha County Fair, Milwaukee Police Association, Ronald McDonald House Charities Eastern Wisconsin Inc., Job Corps, Strawberry Fest. Sheboygan Falls PTO, Country Springs WaterPark and others.
MKETag goes “beyond expectations by incorporating interactive elements that aligned with our crowd of participants,” states Lexi Phillips, player development coordinator for the Milwaukee Bucks. The company acts as one-stop-shop for community events, offering several other services such as Xbox and PS5 Gaming Lounges, Quest2 Virtual Reality Exp, DJs, 360 photo platforms, glow-in-the-dark ping pong, Fat Tuesday Daiquiri Bar (age 21 or older), food and drink concessions, inflatables, costumed characters, face-painting, balloon stations, including sensory sensitive…
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