A new video game trailer is now available in Cleveland area
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Video Gaming on the Go
HERE IS A PHOTO OF folks enjoying The Video Gaming on the Go video trailer at an the Ooltewah Youth Association Baseball fields. Submitted photo
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Camp Summer Fish offers a Summer Day Camp at space leased from two area churches during the summer. It opened in 2009. About 300 campers enrolled this past summer.

Camp Big Fish has locations in both Ooltewah and Hixson and has created a new way to throw a fun, inexpensive, and effortless party.

Jeremy Deitch, of Ooltewah, who owns Camp Big Fish, has started a new venture: Video Gaming on the Go. It opened in late October.

The company operates this Video Trailer in the Fall and Spring.

This mobile video gaming trailer can come to birthday parties, corporate parties, ball games, and festivals, etc. Deitch transports the trailer by truck to whatever location it is needed.

It is a 16-foot, climate-controled trailer that has four mounted flat screens, XBOX 360s, Wii’s and plenty of games.

One summer camp parent rented the trailer recently for her child’s birthday and wrote this about the game trailer:

“We just recently had them for my son’s party on the Nov. 14. He has already requested them to come back next year. The (company) is great to work with and clean up was a snap. They pull the trailer in, set everything up, and drive away when you’re done. Doesn’t get any simpler than that. Jeremy even instructed the kids on how to play the games, as I am not a gamer myself. And the kids love him. We had about 12 children show up and there was plenty of room for all of them. And the games they have were a lot of fun. And price wise, if you’ve looked around, they can’t be beat. Which makes it perfect,” said Sylvia Aikman of Cleveland.