Nowadays, no mall is complete without entertainment. Tysons Corner Center (TCC) continues to live up to it’s reputation with upgraded services as one of the greatest shopping and dining destinations in Greater Washington. And with it, arcade games have become available absolutely free of any charge inside.
Guests can now enjoy a selection of arcade games at BrandBox where the mall management introduces new, innovative brands. It is right across the hall from popular stores like H&M and The Void at the lower level.
Changing Retail Experience
“Partnering with a company like Snap is just another way that we are changing the retail experience and enhancing our shopper’s time with us,” Becca Willcox, a BrandBox spokesperson, said in a press release.
Inside the newly installed pop-up are interactive photo booths as well as large format games, old school and classic video games. They will entertain willing visitors until the mall management replaces the pop-up with another activity or store. As when that will happen is currently uncertain, guests are urged to plan their visits sooner than later.
BrandBox is a special area the mall has dedicated to companies whose products and services are otherwise available only electronically. “Each storefront (at BrandBox) is a unique expression of the brand. Colors, textures, experiences, and products have been carefully selected to articulate the digital brand’s personality and story,” the mall describes it on its website.
Snap, on the other hand, is a growing entertainment firm in the region, which was previously known as Carnival Day. Its owner, Nick Muzzatti started his career as a technician at the company in early 2000s and worked his way up to purchasing it less than 15 years later. “It has been one of the most challenging and rewarding experiences of his life,” the company webpage says of his time at Snap ever since.
Easy to Visit, Much to See!
TCC is at 1961 Chain Bridge Road in Tysons Corner, Virginia. An easy, short drive from East of the Potomac River. There is no charge for parking. For those who choose to use public transport, the most convenient option is riding the Metro’s Silver Line to Tyson’s Corner Station from where the mall is directly accessible via a covered walkway.
More than 300 department and specialty stores are operating inside the mall. It is open between 10 a.m. and 9:30 p.m. from Mondays to Saturdays. On Sundays, it is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.