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|Businesses, restaurants continue growth trend|
Many of us have fond memories of a place we took our young children that was one of the highlights of their growing up years — a place for birthday parties, special events or just a reward for something done well.
During the years since they closed there have been many imitations that attempted to fill the gap. Well guess what they are coming back! Chuck E. Cheese will open again in Monroe, this time on Pecanland Drive in front of the Home Depot.
I took our grandchildren to one in another city for a special treat and the unique charm is still there. I shot down enemy planes with my grandson, played games with our 2-year-old and challenged my granddaughter to a game of skill which I am ashamed to say I lost to a 10-year-old. We ate pizza together, laughed, and at the end traded their coupons for gifts as we left. A memory created that we still talk about.
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Bill Roark is a Commercial Associate Broker at Keller Williams Realty and may be contacted at email@example.com.