QC man pitching mega-entertainment center

This rendering shows the Flow Rider, a surf simulation machine that will be a centerpiece of the Pecan Lake Entertainment Center. (Courtesy of Tim Campbell)

By Mark Moran | East Valley Tribune

Queen Creek resident Tim Campbell was battling traffic on an East Valley freeway one afternoon with his family on his way to a Scottsdale entertainment venue when it dawned on him.

“The thing that Queen Creek is lacking is things for families to do,” Campbell, president and CEO of Pecan Lakes Entertainment said.

“We’ve got Schnepf Farms and Fat Cat’s, but we felt like, compared with a lot of other cities, we just felt like we were oftentimes driving an hour to Scottsdale or Tempe or wherever to try and go do some things,” he said. “In talking to people, we realized there is a real need for family entertainment.”


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