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April 12, 2013

Time-Out to close temporarily

William H. Lane
99th Force Support Squadron

NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. — The 99th Force Support Squadron will be temporarily closing the doors of the Time-Out Sports Lounge April 15 so they can address some operational and facility-related issues.

They plan to reopen the operation after July 4.

When the Time Out reopen you will see several changes. There will be a new menu that will focus on quality comfort foods at affordable prices. Plans are to revive the operation’s lunch program to provide the Nellis community with a unique on-base lunch destination you can’t get anywhere else.

In addition to the menu overhaul and new lunch hours, the club team is looking to expand the evening hours Friday and Saturday to create an on-base late night destination.

“We apologize for the temporary shutdown but we are excited about the opportunity to revamp the menu and take care of the facility and equipment issues we have been working around,” said Walt Heathcoat, the new club operations manager. “We plan to reopen the operation and create some excitement beyond a nondescript sports bar for the Nellis community.”

During the Time-Out closure, the Robin’s Roost lounge at The Club will expand their operating hours and will be offering a limited evening dining selection for patrons. The Robin’s Roost will be open Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from 4 p.m.-10 p.m. and Friday from 4 p.m.-midnight.

For more information, call the Club at 652-2582.




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