It’s 2015 when new bars have a kickstarter round

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ONCE upon a time people wanting to start a business had to sell equity to investors.

But now we have a games store in Tuggeranong (ThreeD6 of Reed Street in Greenway) looking to start a bar so they can sell drinks to people playing games.

The Loaded Dice is destined to fulfil two roles:

First, to provide players at selected events or times the choice of an alcoholic beverage to enjoy while they play and relax.

Second, to provide additional space for people to sit down and play games or to just socialise with like minded people.

In a nutshell, its a bar, or pub, or tavern if you prefer. There will be tables, chairs and the bar itself. It will serve beverages, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, and a selection of hot and cold foods. There will also be access to the Three D6 gaming area and store during appropriate hours. At these times you will be able to take your drink back to your games table and enjoy a cold one during your game.

To make it more postmodern, rather than a share in the business investors are getting “rewards” such as branded caps and t-shirts and mentions in a thankyou video.

All the detail you could want is on their kickstarter page.

At this time they’ve raised $16,360 out of a planned $32,000.

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