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Bad Axe Throwing Company

165 N. Loomis St, Chicago, Il 60607

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Chucking steel blades at wooden targets isn’t a lumberjack’s pastime anymore–it’s become Canada’s favourite way to celebrate any occasion and now Chicago, IL is joining the actionwith the grand opening of Bad Axe Throwing’s newest location.

A business built by Canadians, Bad Axe Throwing is rapidly sweeping the nation with this ultimate form of entertainment, taking the number one spot in Canada’s largest city, Toronto. With ten locations across Canada including Toronto, Burlington, Kitchener, Vaughan, Mississauga, Ottawa, Montreal, Edmonton, Winnipeg and Surrey, Chicago IL is next to join the Bad Axe Throwing team in providing a cool and safe atmosphere for people to enjoy the latest sports craze. Chicago will be the 11th location and the first in the U.S!

“We’re really excited to open our newest location in Chicago, IL,” says Mario Zelaya, founder and owner of Bad Axe Throwing. “It’s a beautiful city and we’re honoured to provide unique and quality entertainment for everyone.”

“Our open houses are legendary and we’re happy to have everyone and anyone try their hand at learning a new skill,” says Zelaya.

From birthday parties to bachelor parties and corporate events, Bad Axe Throwing promises the residents of Chicago an unforgettable experience.

ABOUT BAD AXE THROWING

Being bad at something never felt so good. At Bad Axe Throwing, no skills are required–only a desire to have fun with a little edge. Learn how to throw an axe at a target from expert coaches in a safe and entertaining atmosphere or take your interest further with a chance to compete in the championship tournament by joining the Axe Throwing League. From birthday parties and corporate events to bachelor and bachelorette groups, Bad Axe Throwing caters to any group and celebration.

Established in 2014 when it first opened its doors in Burlington, Ontario, the company now spans across Canada with a total of 10 locations. Bad Axe Throwing is now branching into the U.S market, starting with Chicago!

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