This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Chuck E. Cheese’s. The opinions and text are all mine!
It’s that time of year where most schools take a scheduled Spring Break. As a parent, it can be a little daunting trying to come up with ideas to keep your kiddos busy for a whole week, so today I am sharing about a great place your family can visit that’s clean, safe, and **most important** FUN!
Would you believe that my kids had never been to Chuck E. Cheese’s before now? They were beyond excited, to say the least.
Here are the top 3 things we loved about our Chuck E. Cheese experience…
I can be a bit of a germophobe at places like this where lots of kids are running around touching various game machines. I look around and see nothing but Influenza and Pink Eye and Strep Throat!
So you can imagine how happy I was to see that right when we walked into our Chuck E. Cheese store, we were greeted with this lovely display >>
And after we entered the room, we found a few more sanitation stations for my kids to use in between games.
To make things even better, Chuck E. Cheese’s has recently teamed up with Kids Play Safe – a research organization committed to protecting the health, safety and well-being of children. Kids Play Safe and Chuck E. Cheese’s worked together to identify ways to implement more effective, environmentally-conscious cleaning practices in its restaurants nationwide. This earned Chuck E. Cheese’s the Kids Play Safe Certification, making it the first major brand to be recognized for its commitment to providing a safe, clean and eco-friendly place for its guests.
A great perk of this new partnership is that employees regularly take time to wipe down the games located throughout the restaurant.
This is especially encouraging to a mama who has a child that pulls stunts like this >>
After I died a thousand deaths inside and wondered if there is a way to patent a tongue sanitizer, I about hugged this guy who came out to clean up.
Not only was I impressed with Chuck E. Cheese’s conscious efforts to keep their environment germ-free, I was really excited about their commitment to keeping kids safe.
Chuck E. Cheese’s Kid Check program at the entrance requires that everyone in your party receive the same unique hand stamp. Employees check hands before you’re allowed to leave the restaurant to ensure that you take out only the children you brought with you.
I felt comfortable letting my boys roam freely and apparently lick all the steering wheels. 🙂
Finally, not only was Chuck E. Cheese’s clean and safe, but my boys had the BEST time! We ate pizza, played hard, and even got to meet Mr. Chuck E. himself.
If you don’t want pizza, Chuck E. Cheese’s offers other menu options – including a beautiful salad bar. Plus, parents can enjoy free Wi-Fi while the kids run around!
And I can’t forget to mention that this little outing was totally affordable! Entry to Chuck E. Cheese’s is always free.
I also love that Chuck E. Cheese’s doesn’t have tokens anymore. Kids get super fancy Play Passes that can be loaded however often you please. Just swipe and play! I may or may not have “borrowed” Jethro’s Play Pass to play a round of Skeeball myself. <Best.Game.EVER.>
My boys had a blast playing games and gathering tickets. When you’re ready to go, simply feed your tickets into the Ticket Muncher and everything is counted for you. Then print a receipt and pick out some small prizes!
In the end we had a few extra tickets, so we put on our Kindness Antennae and handed them out to some little ones before we left!
Both of my boys thanked me on the car ride home for taking them to Chuck E. Cheese’s. I know they will remember it for a long time!
Ready to have some fun at Chuck E. Cheese’s this Spring Break? Let me know if you go and what you think!
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