In the public eye, the 1920s gangster's and bootlegger's "above the law" lifestyle brought money,
fame, nice clothes, women, cars, and homes.

1920s gangsters mark a decade of silk suits, diamond rings, guns, booze and broads. .
Every famous gangster has a colorful name to go along with his fine suit, "Scarface" Capone”, "Pretty Boy" Floyd and "Babyface" Nelson”.
It's also been said that the gangster, as the American public sees him, is a creation of the mass media. . .
and gave rise to the modern conception that gangsters and the criminal lifestyle are cool.
This idea still exists, for better or worse.

With the passage of prohibition in 1919, the twenties marked a huge shift in the way gangsters went about their everyday business.
No longer was it good business sense to beat someone over the head with a pipe to rob them of their pocket watch and loose change.
Instead, the mob organized and integrated itself throughout the neighborhoods of Chicago, Detroit, and the boroughs of New York City.
Bootlegging became huge business for the most successful gangsters of the era.

Travel back in time to the 1920's, when the streets of Chicago rang out with the sounds of speeding automobiles and Tommy Guns.
The days when Alphonse Capone and John Dillinger faced off against G-men the likes of Eliot Ness and Melvin Pervis.

     Join us in This Wayne Dollack 24 Hour Scenario Game  as the mobsters battle each other for control of
Chicago's bootleg wiskey and gambling operations, and the G-Men try to stop them.

When:    Saturday and Sunday, December 2 and 3
Where:   Wayne's World of Paintball, Ocala, Florida
Cost:    $ 65 Registration
               Includes: Arm Patch (for pre-registered players), I. D. Tag, Prizes & Awards at Game's End
               Premium Paintballs $70
               and Marballizer Paintballs  $75
               Co2 $10, All-Event HPA $25
Time:     Noon  Saturday until 2 pm Sunday.

Registration Friday 5-8 pm and Saturday beginning at 8am

    Sorry, Pre-Registration is now closed. Please register at the event.


For more information contact: Wayne Dollack at 352-401-1801
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