KISS By Monster Mini Golf Will Open in Las Vegas in January 2012

KISS By Monster Mini Golf is an attraction based around the world-renowned band, KISS, and will be located across from the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino at the Shoppes at Harmon Square in Las Vegas.

The attraction, scheduled to open in January 2012, will be the first of its kind. It will include an indoor, glow-in-the-dark custom-designed, 18-hole miniature golf course, a state-of-the-art arcade, the largest KISS gift shop in the world, a KISS Gallery, “Hotter Than Hell” Wedding Chapel, a private VIP Room, FANtastic KISS themed event rooms and the “Rock ‘n Roll All Nite” Café. There will also be a live DJ with continuous KISS music, trivia, contests and prizes.

To commemorate the launching of this attraction, The KISS Fan Paper will be created and fans can send in photos, showing off their “KISS”. The photos will then be placed on the walls and it only costs $20 to determine placement and size.

Christina Vitagliano founded Monster Mini Golf in 2004 and it has expanded to over 30 themed miniature golf courses across the country. It caught the attention of Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley and, with the help of Live Nation Merchandise, a deal was brokered to create KISS By Monster Mini Golf.

Christina Vitagliano said, “Introducing the first ever KISS By Monster Mini Golf to Las Vegas is an amazing opportunity for us as we expand our Monster Mini Golf creation. It is also a great honor to work with KISS, who are personal favorites of mine. I am confident we are creating a venue that will become a must see attraction in Las Vegas.”

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