Station 082 aims to provides creative and fun environment for its young customers | Plateau Business News

Station 082 appeals to the creative and competitive side of its mostly-young clientele.

  • Thursday, November 14, 2013 5:51pm
  • Business

Station 082 owners Erynn Petersen and Jennifer Kruse; Sarah Hansen is not pictured.

Station 082 appeals to the creative and competitive side of its mostly-young clientele.

The downtown Enumclaw business, complete with Xbox and flat screens, bills itself as a “digital media zone and maker space.”

Owners Erynn Petersen, Jennifer Kruse and Sarah Hansen write, “We are a creative outlet to make. Do. Build. Play. We are a bright place to meet friends and make new ones.”

The owners have guiding principles: “We believe kids prefer to play games with each other. We believe girls like technology as much as boys. We believe kids like to build stuff as much as they like to play games.”

Easing parent worries, they promise a “safe, loud, fun place.”

Address: 1522 Cole St.

Phone: 360-223190.

Website: www.Station082.com

Email: Station082@gmail.com.

Hours: 3 to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 3 to 10 p.m. Friday; noon to 10 p.m. Saturday; noon to 5 p.m. Sunday.

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