Heat Announce Partnership with Limitless Escape Games
Stockton, Calif. - The Stockton Heat, proud AHL affiliate of the NHL's Calgary Flames, announced today a partnership with Limitless Escape Games in Stockton as an Official Team Building Partner of the Stockton Heat.
Limitless Escape Games located in the Lincoln Center Plaza is an adventure-based game where teams work to solve clues and escape a sealed room. Perfect for friends looking for a fun night out, a couple looking for an interactive date night, corporate events testing your office's mental fortitude, and for teams, like the Stockton Heat, looking for a fun, and challenging team building event!
"We are excited to partner with Limitless Escape Games as an Official Team Building Partner," Heat CEO Brian Petrovek said. "A team that works together to achieve a common goal is one that our players and team and our Front Office can relate to, and we look forward to our experiences there moving forward!"
With themed rooms like Sherlock Holmes, a Pirate Adventure and a Bank Heist, fans can book groups of up to 10 people for the games by visiting limitlessescapegames.com or by calling 209.323.5429.
"Limitless Escape Games is an absolutely perfect team building event for organizations looking for dynamic ways to work together and problem solve, we're thrilled to be partnering with the Stockton Heat," Limitless Escape Games Owner Michael Hill said. "It's also a lot of fun for the whole family that's why we're pleased to offer this to all Heat365 members as well."
As part of their Heat365 Membership, full-season members will be offered a trial-based offer to experience Limitless Escape Games themselves.
Heat365 isn't just your season tickets to Stockton Heat games, it's a way to stay connected, year-round, with your favorite hockey team, whether it be during home games at Stockton Arena, or exclusive, special events and gifts. Fans can sign up now for their Full-Season, Heat365 Membership for the 2018-19 season for as low as $37 a month, and by ordering before April 15, will receive a limited edition Heat365 jersey for Full-Season members only.
Heat365 Memberships are also available in Half-Season (20-game) and Quarter-Season (10-game) Memberships which also comes with exclusive benefits starting at $11 a month. To learn more about Heat365 or sign up for your 2018-19 Membership, visit stocktonheat.com/heat365 or call 209.373.1500.
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