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In a city full of themed attractions, two niches remain unfilled: monsters and Kiss.
Oh, but they’re coming, at least if Christina Vitagliano has her way. The founder of Monster Mini Golf — that’s monster as in “boo,” with no relation to the energy drink — is looking to bring her nationwide mini-golf empire to Las Vegas. She currently is negotiating a price on a Strip location, where she plans to build a 10,000-square-foot indoor, glow-in-the-dark mini-golf park centered on monsters and iconic rock band Kiss, what else?
“We are big on family entertainment. We’re freaky but fun. We’re all ages,” says Vitagliano. “Kiss is kind of like that, too.”
To find proof this one-of-a-kind venture can work, Vitagliano says you need look no further than a Kiss concert arena. “Adults are there with their kids. It’s the only time I’ve ever been to a concert where there are two or three generations with the shared music taste.”
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