So, you’re in charge of planning the bachelor party…
That’s a lot of responsibility, huh? The entire weekend falls on your shoulders. If it goes well, that’s great. But if it doesn’t? That’s between four and sixteen guys who blame you for a bad weekend. Plus, studies say that the success of a marriage can be determined by how fun the bachelor party was (this isn’t true). You don’t want to get blamed for a divorce, do you (you won’t)? So, we’re here for you (we are). We’re going to take a little weight off your shoulders, and make a little of the planning easier. Book a group reservation at Total Axe Throwing, and make sure the weekend starts off right.
First things first,
Total Axe is great for anyone and everyone. You won’t have to worry about making sure everyone in the party is having a good time—that’ll take care of itself. Bachelor parties are made up of all the groom’s best friends from across his life. This typically means it’s a pretty wide range of interests and skillsets. But this will be great for his Game of Thrones enthusiast friends from high school, his lacrosse friends from college, and his Wall Street friends from his fancy new job on Wall Street (God, what a sell-out). Everyone will be able to enjoy chucking axes, throwing stars, and tactical shovels at a target.
You can bring food in, or get it delivered. Two birds with one stone. Order a pizza, grab some sodas (no alcohol is permitted in the building), and enjoy the event. Eating here while you throw will free up some time for the rest of the weekend. The crew can crush some pizzas and Diet Dr. Peppers as you throw, and then head out to the next thing. It doesn’t matter if you leave here and head to a bar, a casino, or a fight club. All that matters is that you won’t be hungry when you get there.
We’ll see you soon…
We know that there’s hundreds of things you could do to celebrate your best friend getting married. But we want to help you celebrate, and have the bachelor party of a lifetime. We promise to make the day special for him, and the rest of the crew. We’ll give everyone a quick safety lesson, teach you all how to properly throw an axe, and then we’ll even run a tournament for you. We’ll make sure the competitiveness in the group comes out, and someone walks out of the building a champion. It would be cool if it was the future groom that won the tournament. Which begs the question: would you let him win? Or would you ruin his day (and, again, the marriage) by taking the championship home with you? I guess there’s only one way to find out.