URBAN AXE THROWING IS COMING TO THE LOWCOUNTRY
Two local veterans bring fun and axes to the Beaufort Town Center
[BEAUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA, January 29, 2019-] Indoor urban axe throwing is the latest experience-based craze sweeping the United States. What started as friendly competition between northern lumberjacks, axe throwing is now a worldwide athletic competition that can be seen on ESPN. The game is played by throwing an axe at a large dart board like target, and keeping score based on what part of the target the axe hits.
Now, two veterans, Nicholas Price and Henry Dreier, are bringing the World Axe Throwing League to the Beaufort area. Moss & Hatchet Lowcountry Axe Throwing is set to open this Spring as one of many businesses involved in the much anticipated update to the big box building in Beaufort Town Center Shopping Plaza. 303 Associates representative, Courtney Worrell comments, “The big box store, most commonly known as the former K-Mart building, is currently under construction to to be subdivided into numerous new spaces for businesses. Accompanying Moss & Hatchet Lowcountry Axe Throwing in the new space will be RLB Distillery, The Cracked Egg, Wild Birds Unlimited, Hank’s Lowcountry She Crab Soup, and Grounded Running. They are all great additions to Beaufort Town Center and complement the many successful businesses already here.”
“Whether you’re looking to get into the competitive side of axe throwing, or you’ve never touched an axe in your life, we want everyone to feel comfortable throwing with us. We will have coaches available to teach you how to throw, or to help you up your game.” says Price.
“Not only is it extremely addictive, but it’s incredibly therapeutic.” Adds Dreier. “Just come on in and let your frustrations go as you fling an axe toward a wooden target board. Whether you’ve had a rough week at work or your ex did you dirty, I assure you that Moss & Hatchet is a judgement free zone. Come on in, have a beer and throw with us.”
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