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Anderson Humphreys
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Forest Brown
815  729-1343


JOLIET, IL, February 25 -  Forest Brown and Anderson Humphreys of Challenge Park Xtreme announced today they were sponsoring a contest to name the town which is now under construction. With it's million dollar price tag, this unnamed town is the most ambitious and expensive paintball field ever constructed.  Covering 10 city blocks, "the town" will consist of 6 streets,
two parks, a town hall and 54 separate one and two story buildings. According to Anderson Humphreys, the town's mayor, "it will be complete in every detail -- streets, curbs, gutters, traffic lights, street lights, signs, landscaping, awnings, banners, garbage cans, phone booths, newspaper stands, fire hydrants, down to the parked cars in the streets."

"Several of the buildings will be two stories,  offering players some of the best vantage points in which to play," according to Forest Brown.  "The material used will be paintball resistant.  We expended thousands of rounds testing a whole range of material to insure it would stand up to the constant pounding."

The two partners Brown & Humphreys indicated that many of the buildings will be corporately sponsored. So don't be surprised when your objective may be the "Coca Cola" building.

The winning entry will win a lifetime membership to Challenge Park Xtreme. Participants should e-mail the suggested town's names to:  or  send to "The Town Contest" Challenge Park Xtreme - 2450 West Jefferson C-14  -- Joliet, IL   60435.

The winner and new name will be announced in May.  The new Challenge Park Xtreme is scheduled for opening in September.

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