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TKG Holdings

TKG Holdings was established in 2012 by Tim and Kellie Guderian and Todd and Joyce McCubbin to make Fort Dodge a better place to live, work, and play. Over the last decade they have been involved in several projects that they feel have fulfilled this goal.

Fort Frenzy opened in November 2013 and provides fun for children and adults alike. Inside you will find an arcade filled with over forty-five of the latest video and redemption games, a 2,500 square foot laser tag arena, spin zone bumper cars, an interactive ValoJump trampoline game, and party room that host a variety of events.

Outside, visitors can race around a go kart track, enjoy a game of mini golf, and take their chances against the Sweeper, a giant rotating arm players jump over as it sweeps past. Fort Frenzy also offers outside concerts during the warmer months of the year.

In March 2022, a local favorite, Godfather’s Pizza, found its new home at Fort Frenzy. Pizza can be enjoyed in the restaurant or at home with pickup and delivery options available.

Also attached to Fort Frenzy is the Cardiff Center, which boasts over 6,500 square feet of event space that can accommodate 400+ people. State-of-the-art technology and sound, gorgeous chandeliers, as well as friendly bar staff are among several of the offerings included with the space.

Northland Travel opened in 2015 and is your one stop shop for any travel you are looking to do. Their staff is experienced in booking individual travel, corporate, honeymoons/destination weddings, family travel, tours, cruises, and rail travel.

Northland Travel is located on the Friendship Haven campus and is ready to help you plan your next adventure.

TKG Holdings reopened Mineral City Speedway as Sports Park Raceway, providing a location for USRA Modified and Stock Car racing. The speedway was sold in 2020. When the Sears anchor store closed in Crossroads Mall, TKG Holdings opened the Sears Hometown Store at a different store front within the mall. They sold to a local salesperson in 2018. Sears Hometown corporate has recently filed chapter 11 bankruptcy, unfortunately leading to the closure of the local store.

In 2015, TKG Holdings purchased Creative Cakes, giving the business a storefront in the Crossroads Mall. With the closure and demolition of the mall, the business was later sold to a local businesswoman who renamed it Sweet Retreat Baking Company.

TKG Holdings remains committed to its mission by contributing to the betterment of the quality of life of the Fort Dodge region.