The Quest for Fun!

March 4, 2011 by Kevin Ragan

You’ve heard the saying, “all work and no play make Jack a dull boy.” In my career, it’s my job to make sure people of all ages have fun! I’m Kevin Ragan and as general manager of Laser Quest, I work hard and play hard.

Thrill seekers from seven to seventy two storm the three towers of our 8,000 square foot laser tag facility. Birthday parties for young and old, team building programs for corporate groups, and even leagues who make this their sport keep coming back for more fun.

p>The name of the game is a combination of hide and seek with tag. Gamers strap on an eight to ten pound brightly lit vest and use a laser that looks kind of like a hair dryer. Every time you tag your opponent’s vest, you score ten points. If you get tagged, your vest vibrates for five seconds and you lose up to five points. The player with the most points wins. Players wind their way through a multilevel maze with ramps simple enough for children but provides enough obstacles for a challenge. We also accommodate everyone, no matter what physical limitations they may have. We’ve had teams of people in wheelchairs and teams of people with special needs like down syndrome. We make sure everyone gets a shot at the game!


Perfect for all types of parties or day camp outings, you can play with your group or arrive with a couple of friends anytime to play with complete strangers in a free for all. Each game can accommodate up to 38 players and lasts an exhilarating 20 minutes. As well as a favorite for kids’ birthday parties, we find it’s popular for adults too. The oldest birthday girl we’ve had was seventy-two and she did really well! You can bring in food or take advantage of a nearby Pizza Hut’s discounts for Laser Quest parties.

We also offer a team building program designed by a professional consultant. This after hours session is for the office crowd who needs to lighten up and adopt skills they can take back to work. A dynamic four hour program called “Quest for Success”, they learn the four pillars of team work: communication, trust, fun, and cooperation.

For the last twelve years I’ve seen what fun can do for people. Kids make lifetime memories, adults forget their stressful schedules and lighten up, corporate professionals discover qualities in each other hidden by paperwork and rigid staff meetings, and families bond. And me? I get out there with my staff and have a blast too.

Come see what Laser Quest can do for your next party.

Laser Quest
Kevin Ragan
10944 N. May Ave.
OKC, OK 73120

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