512 Rage Room now open in Kyle

512 Rage Room opened in early May.

512 Rage Room opened in early May.

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At 512 Rage Room, a new business that opened in early May at 395 CR 202, Ste. 17B, people can pay a fee for a chance to suit up in protective gear and smash items ranging from plates to computers to pianos.


The business is owned by Damon Fogley and his mother, Jinx. Damon Fogley is a former Kyle City Council member and also the owner of JDog Junk Removal & Hauling, which is supplying 512 Rage Room with some of its smashable items.


Both individual sessions and group packages for events, such as parties and corporate retreats, are available. 833-512-7243. www.512rageroom.com

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