Scene75 will open a second location this year in the region.
The $5 million family entertainment complex at 6196 Poe Ave. opened in July 2012.
The next facilty will be located in Milford in suburban Cincinnati, said Jonah Sandler, chief executive of Scene75 Entertainment Center.
The new site, which is expected to open sometime around the third quarter of this year, would be similar to the 124,000-square-foot complex in Vandalia, though it likely will be 10 to 15 percent smaller, he said.
The Vandalia complex includes arcade games, miniature golf, laster tag, indoor go-carts, bumber cars, a bouning arena, 4-D motion theaters, a restaurant, full-service bars and a snack bar. The facility is on the site of a former Roberds Furniture Warehouse.
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