Litchfield County couple creates video game party bus

<p>A Litchfield County couple created the Rolling Video Games Truck.&nbsp;The&nbsp;party&nbsp;bus is packed with flat-screen TVs, couches&nbsp;and&nbsp;video&nbsp;games and consoles.</p>

News 12 Staff

Aug 29, 2018, 7:42 PM

Updated 2,118 days ago

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A new style of birthday parties is taking Connecticut by storm.
A Litchfield County couple created the Rolling Video Games Truck. The party bus is packed with flat-screen TVs, couches and video games and consoles.
Nick Florenciani started the business after being laid off, renovating a bus and trailer to make it happen.
"We come in, we set up, and the kids and parents are all relaxed," says owner Nick Florenciani. "Not worrying about oh -- we've got to get this done, we've got to get that done -- nope, everything is at your house."
For two hours minimum, the truck will come to you and set up in your driveway.
The company also offers mobile archery tag and mobile laser tag.


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