Foundations Entertainment University 2.0 Seminar Pre-Amusement Expo – Las Vegas

REGISTER NOW – Foundations Entertainment University 2.0 Seminar Pre-Amusement Expo – Las Vegas Convention Center Sunday, February 25 and Monday, February 26, 2018

2018 will be the 16th consecutive year for Foundations Entertainment University, the industry’s #1 Ranked Educational Seminar Program.  With more than 1350 graduates and more than 250 Family Entertainment Center’s (FEC’s) that got their start with Foundations, the NEW Foundations University 2.0 is for newbies, FEC industry veterans, and service providers who want to learn how to be a part of the #3 growth industry in the U.S.

What’s New in 2.0?
• More Topics
• More Networking
• More “What Works & What Doesn’t”
• More Site Visits
• Guest Speaker
• Social Media Marketing
• P&L’s for small, medium & large centers
• Webinars
• Interactive website
• …and so much more!!!!


When? Sunday, February 25, 2018 at 12:30pm through Monday, February 26, 2018 at 9:00pm

Where? Las Vegas Convention Center – South Hall Room S219


February 27 – March 1

• 2 Days and 2 Evenings of Educational Workshops including 1 on 1 consultations with instructors and Dinner Sunday and Lunch & Dinner Monday
• FREE Amusement Expo Pass to the Seminars & Trade Show ($175 Value) and the NBVA Conference/Trade Show.
• FEU Attendees also have the option to attend the Laser Tag Convention Tuesday Seminars ($225 Value) for a $20 donation to the Laser Tag Museum!


Cost? Early Bird Registration to January 31, 2018: $395 
           Regular Registration after January 31, 2018: $495

Hotel?: A special Westgate Hotel rate of $89/night (plus $20 resort fee) has been negotiated under the Amusement Expo Group rate

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