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Escape Room of Madison Hosts Exclusive Team-Building Event for Local Chamber of Commerce

Nearly two dozen people participated in the exclusive Escape Room experience. Credits: Madison Area Chamber of Commerce

MADISON, NJ – The Escape Room of Madison opened its doors Nov. 8 to members of the Madison Area Chamber of Commerce for an exclusive event. 

Business owners, their co-workers and friends took part in this interactive adventure where teams enter a themed room surrounded in puzzles, clues, locks, codes and challenges. 

Teams were divided up between two experiences: The Lost Cabin: Book of Souls and King Arthur's Castle: The Holy Grail. One team was able to escape, while the other completed about 90 percent of the game in the time allotted. 

"This was a great team-building experience and fun way to spend the evening," said Chamber executive director Karen Giambra. "Our teams are already planning their next adventure at the Escape Room in Madison and look forward to sharing this hidden gem with everyone."

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