Picture yourself as the main character of a new blockbuster movie – there’s a conflict, something has gone catastrophically wrong, you’re furious. With this anger comes the choice between a solution or distraction, and as the main character, you have the right to flip your desk upside down or throw your television against a wall. Luckily for you, Break Room 405 brings this big-screen scenario into your reality, by creating a space where you can smash as many breakable items as you’d like in a safe environment.
Break Room 405 offers three rooms intricately designed to be your preferred rage outlet, and while it’s not technically therapy, the catharsis that comes from smashing stuff is real. Gearing up in protective apparel to smash bottles, splatter paint everywhere or whack a computer with a bat … that’s just a sampling of the destructive opportunities.
Break Room 405’s grand opening celebration is July 30 to Aug. 1, and includes refreshments, giveaways and party rooms. And smashing stuff, of course.
Owners Tiffany and Matt Donovan came up with the concept while brainstorming ways to stay entertained while blowing off steam. More importantly, they were committed to helping their son find healthy outlets for his stress and anxiety. “We were looking for ways to help him cope with all the extra anxiety caused by all the drastic changes going on in the world,” Tiffany Donovan said.
The Donovans have created a business that was based on going past the idea of simple, chaotic fun. They were very intentional about components they added. “The splatter paint rooms were an easy decision, since painting can be restorative therapy as well,” Tiffany Donovan said. “We want to take entertainment to an entirely intentional level. Our activities provide the perfect opportunity for family, friends and co-workers to be close again, to laugh together and to form memories that they will never forget at our facility.”
For more details, visit breakroom405.com.