The country’s fastest growing extreme sport is now available indoors at MVP Arena Sports.
East County paint-ballers now can take their game inside every Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Crossfire Extreme Indoor Paintball inside the Ellenton Ice and Sports Complex.
“We’ve had a great response from the community, they love our field,” said Braden Chandler, president of MVP Arena Sports. “We have been shocked with how well the paintball has done in such a short amount of time. We spent the first couple of months really learning the sport and letting the paintball pros help build the field. I have heard players call it the ‘Ritz-Carlton’ of paintball fields because we really spent a lot of time and resources giving the players exactly what they wanted.”
Crossfire Extreme Indoor Paintball is located at 5309 29th St. E., Ellenton. For more information, call 723-0560 or visit www.mvparenasports.com.
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