Watch co-workers shoot each other with paint

For $15 you’ll get to watch other people feel the sting of paint pellets while you enjoy a lunch and drinks.

Press Release:

The Doorways, formerly known as Hospital Hospitality House of Richmond, is pleased to announce that its newest signature event, ‘Splatter that Matters,’ has officially reached capacity for competing teams. ‘Splatter that Matters’ is a corporate paintball tournament benefiting The Doorways that will be held on Saturday, April 16, 2016 from 10:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. at Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center.

“We are thrilled with the overwhelming interest and support that this brand new event has already received from local businesses in its inaugural year,” said J.C. Poma, Community Outreach Manager of The Doorways. “Splatter that Matters will provide a fun day of teambuilding and friendly competition for these local organizations while they support a worthwhile cause – helping families and individuals who are facing medical crisis.”

Featuring different organizations from across the Richmond Region, each team of ten will have their own office party space within the team village and is guaranteed 4 paintball games against other area organizations. Each game will take place inside the H.J. Holtz & Son Splatter Dome on the field at Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center, and will feature a tournament style field produced by KPS Paintball.

Registered teams include:

Ball Office Products
Chewning & Wilmer
College Nannies & Tutors of Richmond
Dairy Queen of Virginia
Davis & Green Electrical
Dominion Payroll Services/DPS Merchant Services
H.J. Holtz & Son
Hourigan Construction
James River Equipment
Meadows Urquhart
Old Dominion Insulation
Quality Wall Systems
Sugar Shack Donuts
The Answer Brewpub
Virginia Business Systems

While all competition slots have been filled, the public is encouraged to come out and join in the fun! Spectator admission is $15.00, which includes lunch and drinks, and can be purchased at the event entrance.

For more information on The Doorways, please visit or contact J.C. Poma at The Doorways, 804-828-6901 ext. 150 or


About The Doorways: The Doorways provides lodging and non-medical services to families and individuals in medical crisis. Guests are referred by physicians, staff and social workers from area hospitals. Since The Doorways opened in 1984, it has served more than 150,000 guests from across Virginia, the United States and beyond. The Doorways mission is to provide lodging and support for patients and their loved ones who need to be close to Richmond hospitals but not far from the feeling of home.

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Richard Hayes

When Richard isn’t rounding up neighborhood news, he’s likely watching soccer or chasing down the latest and greatest craft beer.

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