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Gamewagon Franchise Launches in Essex

Gamewagon franchise brings video game parties and coding clubs to Essex

Boys and Girls across Essex can now celebrate in style with a brand new Birthday Party and Educational business following the decision by Gamewagon CEO John Lilley to continue the businesses expansion with a Gamewagon franchise based in Essex. James, Luke, Suzanne, and Mark Fenton have joined Gamewagon and graduated from their training class in April.

“The Gamewagons simply ooze quality! They do not just look good on the outside. On the inside it is a real Aladdin’s cave of quality video game equipment and games. We are bringing kids across Essex amazing birthday experiences and coding clubs that are both fun and educational. ” said James.

Gamewagon started three years ago and has delivered over 3,000 birthday parties and continues to get rave reviews. James’ whole family will be supporting the development of the Gamewagon business and exited their training class with 10 parties to deliver in the next 4 weeks.

“The initial training we have received put us in a position to hit the ground running, we have been stretched by an exceptional team and we cannot wait to meet our new customers. Although there is a huge amount of amazing technology to get to grips with, the reality is that Gamewagon is a people business entirely focused on delivering exceptional customer service. ” James continued.

The party concept helps deliver a sociable, interactive party where kids can play their favourite video games with their friends. Something they rarely get a chance to do all together. Whilst parents get the convenience of having the party brought to them and managed from start to finish.

CEO Mr Lilley said: “Video gaming is a very popular pastime and making the whole event a social occasion creates a unique experience that is difficult to achieve without a lot of hassle. The Gamewagon solves this problem but it still requires talented staff to make the whole event a success. It all starts in the very beginning by understanding our customer’s needs. Then it is about communication and delivery, every time, without fail. We take great pride in our customer feedback. Without our satisfied customers the business would have been much tougher to build.”

The national expansion is set to continue across the UK in 2015 bringing many part time jobs and great full time local business opportunities to those that have an entrepreneurial flair but may be struggling to know how to start their own business.

“Focusing on delivering exceptional customer service and really cool events has given kids great playground Kudos and made heroes out of parents. That is what Gamewagon is all about and we are proud to have James and Luke on board to provide local support to families and schools in Essex ”. Summarised Mr Lilley.

For more information please contact:
John Lilley (CEO)
E-mail: John.lilley@gamewagon.co.uk
Web: www.gamewagon.co.uk & www.juniorgamecreators.co.uk
Phone: 0845 319 4263

Gamewagon continues it’s national franchise expansion

Boys and Girls across Bristol and Bath will soon be able to celebrate in style with the brand new Birthday party concept following the decision by Gamewagon CEO John Lilley to continue Gamewagon’s growth with a Gamewagon business based in the South West.

“The Gamewagons simply ooze quality! They do not just look good on the outside. On the inside it is a real Aladdin’s cave of quality video game equipment with WiiU, Xbox 360 and PS4 consoles.”

Gamewagon started just over two years ago in London and has delivered over 2,000 birthday parties and is getting rave reviews. Bookings are already being taken for parties in the South West starting in January 2015.

The party concept helps deliver a sociable, interactive party where kids can play, share and co-operate whilst playing their favourite video games with their friends. Something they rarely get a chance to do all together. Whilst parents get the convenience of having the party brought to them and managed from start to finish.

Mr Lilley said: “Video gaming is a very popular pastime and making the whole event a social occasion creates a unique experience that is difficult to achieve without a lot of hassle. The Gamewagon solves this problem but it still requires talented staff to make the whole event a success. It all starts in the very beginning by understanding our customer’s needs. Then it is about communication and delivery, every time, without fail. We take great pride in our customer feedback. Without our satisfied customers the business would have been much tougher to build.”

The national expansion is set to continue across the UK in 2015 bringing many part time jobs and great full time local business opportunities to those that have an entrepreneurial flair but may be struggling to know how to start their own business.

Gamewagon currently has 5 full time staff, 9 Game wagons and 15 Game Experience Managers who deliver birthday parties, corporate events and after school clubs.

MD for Gamewagon, Mr Lilley said: “We have proven the concept across London and the Home Counties and now it is time to expand and bring the opportunity to experience age appropriate Gamewagon parties to the rest of the UK, starting in the South West.”

John Lilley (MD for Gamewagon) continued: “The South West picked itself as our next step. We have had considerable interest from parents having heard about Gamewagon from family and friends and also from those having moved to the area from London.”

Gamewagon’s franchise opportunity allows someone to step into business for themselves but not by themselves. Full training and support is provided to make the most of this fun and rewarding opportunity.

“Focusing on delivering exceptional customer service and really cool events has given kids playground Kudos and made heroes out of parents. That is what Gamewagon is all about”. Summarised Mr Lilley.

Gamewagon Schools Fundraising

Gamewagon Launches Fundraising for Schools Initiative

Gamewagon Raise Funds for Schools

Gamewagon has helped many schools raise much-needed funds over the past couple of years. We have worked with the heads of schools or PTAs to raise funds by attending events or providing a Gamewagon Party as a star prize for raffles, prize draws or auctions.

“We have found this prize formula to be a win-win for schools and ourselves. We hope that we can work with more schools to help raise money whilst at the same time help mums and dads and their children discover what we do and how we do it.” Said Gamewagon MD, John Lilley

“Bedonwell Infants and Nursery school raised a grand total of £1,104 at our Summer fair last year. Just over £300 of that came from the raffle where the first prize was the amazing ‘Game Wagon’ prize.”

– Teresa Herd, FBINS Chair, Bedonwell Infants and Nursery School

“Firstly, thank you for donating a voucher. The Gamewagon party is always a very popular prize that everyone wants to win! so for the last couple of years we have auctioned it off, highest bid gets the voucher. Our last big event was our (new school) open day, were we made £200.00 from the game wagon auction.”

– Jackie & Jayne, Joint PTA Chair, Glebe Primary School

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