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Richmond Hill, GA –   The Richmond Hill-Bryan County Chamber of Commerce invites you to attend the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Cerberus Legion Games on Friday, August 12th at 11:00 a.m. The Ribbon Cutting will take place at Cerberus Legion Games’ new location at 3801 Hwy 17, Suite 700, Richmond Hill, GA.

Chamber members and their guests are invited to enjoy a morning of congratulating
Cerberus Legion Games on their Grand Opening and Welcoming them to the RHBC Chamber. Attendees will also get the opportunity to participate in unique giveaways. The Something to Taco Bout food truck will be in the parking lot next to the new store for the event.

Cerberus Legion Games (CLG) is bringing a new venture for the Richmond Hill area. The game store focuses on Trading Card Games, Tabletop Role Playing Games, and the merchandise associated with these types of games. The goal of Cerberus Legion Games is to bring a community together with family friendly competitions and to create a welcoming atmosphere for all.

The store is already on track to become a Yu-Gi-Oh Official Tournament Store, a Pokémon League, and an official Wizards Play Network Store. This allows us to bring peoples favorite games to the store in all their glory. CLG will host weekly events, tournaments and giveaways to directly connect with the Richmond Hill and surrounding areas gaming audience.

Besides the actual games, the owner, Eric Hare, was deeply focused on ensuring one thing for the game store: atmosphere. It is extremely important that Cerberus Legion Games is not just another game store. Eric has built an atmosphere from the ground up that is unlike any other. Whether it’s the lights, the sounds, the look, or the lounge space. Each piece was meticulously planned to give every person who walks through the front doors the best possible experience.

“We are excited to bring you the game store Richmond Hill has needed for a long time. In the end, it is all about the community and what can bring said community together in a positive way.”

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