Chester, Pa. – (February 11, 2019) – Harrah’s Philadelphia Casino and Racetrack announced today that Topgolf Swing Suite, an interactive entertainment space for social gatherings and practice sessions, will officially open to the public on February 15 at 12:00 pm. A celebratory ribbon cutting ceremony will take place just minutes before the swing suite opens to the public. Harrah’s Philadelphia’s Topgolf Swing Suite will serve as the first in the Philadelphia area.

“We are proud to team with Topgolf to provide a new kind of interactive social experience to Harrah’s Philadelphia,” said Harrah’s Philadelphia VP and Assistant General Manager, Tracey Witchko. “When planning the redevelopment of this area of the casino floor, our focus was to add more diverse and engaging entertainment options for our guests – and we think the addition of the Topgolf Swing Suite, coupled with The Book for sports wagering, definitely accomplishes that goal.”

Located in the back of the casino floor, the Topgolf Swing Suite will feature 3 simulator bays that host a variety of virtual games available to guests. This includes the popular Topgolf target game, as well as Hockey Shots, Baseball Pitching, Football Passing, Zombie Dodgeball, Carnival Classic, and more.

Each Swing Suite allows up to eight guests to play, eat, and drink in each bay. The spaces will be available to rent for business and social gatherings, including but not limited to, bachelor and bachelorette parties, birthdays, team building events and corporate meetings. Each bay is equipped with comfortable lounge seating and mobile food and beverage ordering, so guests can eat and drink while playing games.

The Topgolf Swing Suite bays are available for guests Thursday from 4 pm until 10 pm, Friday from 4 pm until 12 am, Saturday from 12 pm until 12 am and Sunday from 12 pm until 10 pm. Guests can rent a suite for $25 for every 30-minute play period. Reservations can be made by calling (484)-490-1748 or by visiting the Topgolf Swing Suite to speak with one of the hosts.

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