Amp Up Action Park will partner with the St. Louis County Library system to encourage summer reading among area adults, teens and youth.

Amp Up Action Park is a sponsor of the library’s free 2018 Summer Reading Program, which kicks off on May 21, 2018 at all open County Library branches.

Amp Up is donating 17,000 free laser tag passes valued at $8 each to adults and school-aged children. Local library branches will distribute the free laser tag pass along with other donated prizes to participants.

“Amp Up Action Park is delighted to serve as a corporate partner with the St. Louis County Libraries for the 2018 Summer Reading Program,” said Kim Link, managing partner of Amp Up. “We hope the free laser tag pass will help incentivize kids to keep reading during the summer months.”

To sign up for the SLCL summer reading program, visit your local county library or sign up online at

About St. Louis County Library System
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About Amp Up Action Park
The new Amp Up Action Park opened in July 2017 at 13901 Manchester Road in Town and Country. The indoor action park is open seven days a week during the summer and offers go karting, laser tag, high ropes obstacle course, bocce ball, human hamster balls and dozens of arcade games. For more information, visit or call 314-439-8008.