conders in e-town
some in Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Indiana, and Ohio
The fields where great and the set up of the whole facility was awesome there was a second story that over hung the fields and it was open with netting so you can watch while your getting ready. The view from above the field was great to watch games and to get a good look at the fields. The pro shop is also up on the top floor, they had a big screen t.v., concessions paint and all the other merchandise you would figure they would have. They had all the really high end tournament guns but It didn't look like they carried a lot of parts or lower end guns, and not every one can afford a timmy or a Dm5. The service was horrible the people behind the desk where jerks they threw the paint down on the table and didn't open it to check if it was broken. My friend had two bags with broken paint and he didn't notice and it jammed his gun. I asked for them to make sure that it wasn't broken before I went to play and he told me to do it. I didn't mine to do it it was just the fact that he had a bad attitude and didn't want to have to do any thing at all. Then after I opened the case of paint the guy kept giving me a look thought out the day and I don't want to feel uncomfortable while I try to have some fun. The workers also acted like they didn't want to help you up in the pro shop. I asked to if they had any profilers and they told me to hang on a sec and he would go check he then just kept talking to some other worker and left me waiting there I was going to buy the mask but they seemed to have a bad attitude as well and if they want to run off costumer then I say let them I will never go back to this field unless some one buys them out and they get new management.. There was no one to fill up the air tanks and I didn't know how to do it my self, and I didn't want to blow my safety disk in my tank. thankfully some Player helped me do it the first time. It was also hard to get in a game they had some people in the smaller field practicing or something and we couldn't play on that field for the first half of the day. The larger 7 man field was the only one you could play on and there was about 40 people there and they mostly played in there own groups so it was hard to get in a game. It was very unorganized and if you couldn't just jump in a game and there where people always waiting There were a lot of workers there but only one was reffing and sometimes we had to ref our selves. With only one field and 40 people and no ref I think that says something about how much they care about the game and not just making money. I have been to many places and never had service as bad as that and you expect the fields to be good but that dosen't make up for the poor service.
Conclusion- good playing field if your willing to put up with the @$$ holes behind the counter. I give them a two because they playing field was good.
Last edited on Wednesday, March 23rd, 2005 at 5:11 pm PST