November 15, 2019 Supporting Manhattan-area entrepreneurs, businesses, events

Second Ax Throwing Business to Open This Year

A second axe throwing business has announced their opening in Manhattan, this time downtown. Axe to Grind was the first to open earlier this year on the East side near 24 Highway.

Manhatchet is owned and operated by Manhattanites James Bond and Karen Reed. As long-time business owners in Manhattan, they felt they wanted to do some something fun for both them and the community. Located downtown on 316 Poyntz Avenue, the owners worked to restore much of the charm of the historic Woolworth Building, but of course added a modern twist.

With over 3,000 square feet, Manhatchet can accommodate customers through private lanes, individual bookings, private room rentals, facility rental, and mobile unit rentals. Multiple mobile platforms are designed to go wherever the party is. From Country music festivals of 100,000 people to a backyard party, Manhatchet has 2 different mobile platforms to offer. Each unit comes with trained staff and they take care of all of the logistics.

A self contained trailer that can pull up to your site and can be operable within minutes is a quick and easy way to add sensation to an event. The unit has 2 lanes side by side and is 27’ long so there will need to be room to maneuver. This unit is ideally suited for college campuses, corporate outings and back yard parties.

Axe throwing is a hot trend, but unlike most facilities that throw up a little plywood in a warehouse and open a dozen locations, Manhatchet is focused on everything that makes Manhattan great, family and friends that care about each other and love to enjoy life. Manhatchet has core goals of providing a fun and amazing experience, philanthropy in the community and helping to make our community even better.

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