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Flyers to unveil new 'rage room' inside Wells Fargo Center

october 9, 2019
Big changes are underway inside Wells Fargo Center, home of the Philadelphia Flyers. Among the new coming features, one in particular stands out; Flyers fans will now be able to take their frustrations out in their new 'rage room.'

The room will allow participants wearing protective gear to break, smash and unleash their rage on everyday items including televisions and glassware. Some of the items awaiting destruction will even feature the opposing team's logo. Certainly sounds like a more efficient stress reliever than throwing glow-up wristbands onto the ice.

The Flyers and Wells Fargo Center president of business operations, Valerie Camillo, was quoted as saying "We ran the concept by some of our fans who told us they thought this would be a fresh way to have some harmless fun." She also noted that she "Can't wait to get in there and take a few whacks." -- A feeling we can all relate to when we see our team performing less than we'd like.

The rage room, officially named the "Disassembly Room", will be open to fans inside Wells Fargo center on Wednesday, Oct. 9th, just in time for the Flyers to host the New Jersey Devils.

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