More than fifty Cornish business people will bring out their inner Stormtrooper this Thursday, blasting each other with laser guns for BBC Children in Need.
Last year’s Lungfish Cup laser-tag tournament raised a total of £474 for the charity, and Penryn copywriting agency Lungfish hopes to raise still more this year, when Cornish firms to return to Skullduggery Laser-Tag in Pool on November 12, to compete for the coveted trophy.
Team places have filled in record time, after David McGuire, Lungfish’s lead copywriter, invited players with a Princess Leia-style hologram message, casting reigning champions TRAC Services as the evil Galactic Empire.
Team captains from Lungfish, Radix Communications, South West Heating, TRAC Services, Cornwall Chamber of Commerce, The Hub, The John Knowles Company and Eight Wire will be lead their troops into the charity battle.
McGuire enthused: “The previous Lungfish Cups have all been hard-fought – and we’re still trying to work out how TRAC won last time. This year’s is by far the biggest yet, and we’re looking forward to having more people to beat… all in the name of charity, of course.”
For more details and to enter a team, click here.