The Stacks – Queens Stacks Up for Wildlands

We check in with the Queens chapter of The Stacks program as they stack up for the midnight release of Wildlands!

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The Queens Stack celebrated the release of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands at the Microsoft Store in the Walt Whitman Mall in Huntington, NY. The event was on March 6, as the official release was at midnight on March 7.

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The Stack set up a table at the store and handed out material and talked to gamers who came to pick up their copies of the game or try it out. Because of the intimate size of the event, we got to have in-depth discussions about Stack-Up and its mission. Everyone who attended took information – some for themselves and some to pass along to friends.

This was the first of what the Queens Stack hopes will be many successful events at the local Microsoft store, and so we were glad to lay the groundwork. The store’s staff was incredibly gracious and accommodating.

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If you would like to get involved and are in the New York area hit up the Queens Stack HERE! Not in the area, no worries we have chapters of The Stacks all over the country, hit this LINK to find out more and Stack-Up in your town today with The Stacks!

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