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A Community Center Co-Op

Charities, Businesses, & Educational Groups We Want Involved

Monthly Fee

OUR FIRST GOAL IS TO BUILD:
A Large Public VIDEO GAMING

Gathering Place for Treasure Valley Residents

Why Do We Need A Creator's Co-Op Facility?

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In Meridian, Idaho the Library district offers a unique branch called Unbound.

https://www.mld.org/unbound

 

This small 3,000 sqft location offers 3D printers, Laser Engravers, CNC machining, a recording studio, and high-end Apple Computers. In addition, they hold intro-level Classes. Since it was created, Unbound has seen a huge increase in equipment reservations. So...

OUR FACILITY WILL HELP FILL THIS NEED

by providing the following:

  • 45 or more 3D PRINTERS

  • 150 COMPUTERS

  •  7 RECORDING STUDIOS

There are only so many places available for Treasure Valley gamers to hang out socially after work and/or school. 

Outside of the local libraries & small businesses, geek & gaming residents who ONLY prefer indoor activities

HERE IS A LIST OF THEIR CURRENT OPTIONS:

Adults over 21:  

The Space Bar Arcade (At best: 20~50 people)

The Realms Arcade & Bar (At best: 20~35 people

 

Adults over 18:

Black Box VR Gym (At Best 20 people)

 

Teens (13-18): 

Boise State eSports for Students/public camps (At Best: 50~150)

Idaho High School Esports Association (Occupancy varies at each school est. 5~10)

Families & kids over age 10:

The Pinball Museum, (at best 25)

The Discovery Center (at best 500)

Event Centers

*JUMP (Rooms: 25 ~150, entire campus spread through day: 1,000)

*Boise Centre On The Grove ~ 2,000 

*Expo Idaho ~5,000

*Ford Idaho Center

*Nampa Civic Center

*Canyon County Fairgrounds

*Wahooz Events Center

*ICCU Arena

*Boise State's various (non-esport) Stadiums

 

Annual Events:

The Library Comic Arts festival 700

Hackfort Event (within Treefort) 400

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