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EDISON – Families and thrill seekers have a lot to look forward to this holiday season because Supercharged Entertainment New Jersey, the world’s largest indoor, multi-level karting track and entertainment venue, opens Dec. 19 in Edison.
The venue held a grand-opening ribbon-cutting event on Dec. 15 at 987 US-1, next door to TopGolf. It is the company’s second, and largest location in the United States, with the first opening in 2019 in Wrentham, Massachusetts.
The biggest draw of the 131,000-square-foot venue on 16 acres is the two uniquely designed kart tracks that can combine into one 80,000-square-foot Supertrack. The 18-horsepower all-electric karts really make you feel the power and can go up to 45 mph.
“It’s so exciting to have this right here in Edison Township,” Mayor Sam Joshi said at the opening event.
There are many other attractions for thrill-seekers of all types, including:
- Ninetten of axe throwing with interactive projection targets and games and full food and bar service
- A two-story arcade with over 160 games including Virtual Reality games and many prizes
- A Drop & Twist Tower two-story attraction
- Bionic Bumper Cars
- A full-service restaurant, Burges & Brews with more than 30 beers on tap
- Spacious group and event areas, with optional catering
“Supercharged Entertainment Edison has something for everyone – couples, families, kids, groups, and companies. We’re beyond thrilled to show all of New Jersey, and New York and Pennsylvania too all the exhilarating and insane fun our Edison venue has to offer,” said Supercharged Entertainment’s president, Stephen Sangermano.
“On behalf of our entire Supercharged Edison team, we’re incredibly grateful to the entire Edison community and all of New Jersey for welcoming us so warmly,” added CEO Sandra Sangermano.
Hours of operation are to be announced but prices have already been revealed. Karting starts at $29 per race, bumper cars are $7 per ride and the Drop & Twist Tower is $9 a person. Arcade games use a PlayCard and vary in price, starting with $5 for 20 credits.
Supercharged Entertainment is also hiring more than 550 employees, with the minimum wage starting at $17 per hour. Those interested should email a resume to [email protected].
For more information visit https://www.superchargede.com/edison.
Email: [email protected]
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