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What You'll Get
Paintball, like chess, requires strategic forethought and enough camouflage to remain invisible to opponents. Hone your sight subversion with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get an all-day paintball package at Dimension Paintball in New Waterford (a $30 value).
Dimension Paintball provides wide brushstrokes of fun and excitement for tactical artists of all abilities and experience levels. With today’s deal, the itchily trigger-fingered receive a package boasting admission for a full day of paintball adventure, unlimited compressed air, 500 rounds of paint, a mask, a paintball marker, and other gear to help them efficiently fresco opponents. Declare yourself champion and prime minister of any of Dimension’s four fronts, whether it’s the 2010 PSP Regulation Airball field riddled with intricate tactical topography, one of two woods fields, or the attack-and-defend base.
Additional paintballs may be purchased throughout the day from Dimension’s resplendent stock ($16–$20 for 500 balls). Prepare for the day by reviewing the course rules so breaches of paintball protocol don’t leave course judges stomping their feet in anger and your marker weeping brightly colored tears of shame.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must sign waiver. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Dimension Paintball
At Dimension Paintball, sharpshooters charge into colorful combat in four different battle zones, including a regulation airball field, an attack and defense base, and two woods fields. Home to the Ohio Havoc team, which competes at the national level, the facility features a cache of supplies ranging from full lines of paintballs to rental equipment. Dimension also offers reduced-impact play, which uses a more fragile style of paintball to diminish discomfort. No matter what style of play they choose, competitors can take aim on their own time or even as part of a corporate team-building outing—ideal for when intra-office snowball fights just aren't cutting it anymore.