ABC NEWS10 – With over 300lbs of LEGO bricks throughout the entire store, it’s safe to say Bottomless Bricks is where creativity comes to life.
“We’ve been into LEGO as a family for about 16 years and it started out as encouraging our kids interests and it’s kind of gotten out of hand at this point,” Co-Owner of Bottomless Bricks, Erin Laundry, said. “We’ve gone to conventions, it’s just something we do as a family and it’s grown so much that we want to share it with other kids and other families.”
Berkshire Trade & Commerce – A Pittsfield family’s love affair with LEGO-brand interlocking bricks has provided the foundation of a new Adams-based business.
Last autumn, Erin and Shane Laundry opened Bottomless Bricks in a small storefront space at 57 Park St. in downtown Adams. The business focuses primarily on hosting private LEGO-themed parties for children (and occasionally adults), as well as open “build & play” time by the hour for all ages.
ABC NEWS10 – “Off the Beaten Path” profiles hidden gems in the area that are affordable, within driving distance, and most importantly, fun. In this adventure, NEWS10’s Cassie Hudson visits Bottomless Bricks to check out the popular new destination bringing Lego lovers from all over to Adams, Mass.
Earlier this month, Erin and Shane Laundry opened the creative place space to offer a fun activity for people of all ages to enjoy.
Calling all Lego lovers, this event is for you…
Bottomless Bricks to host Brick and Brew event for AFOLs
Jan. 16, 2020
Berkshire Eagle — Bottomless Bricks is changing the local nightlife scene for AFOLs, or, at least, creating a local nightlife scene for Adult Fans of Legos.
"We're trying to give a bunch of people who are Lego fans an alternative — something to do," said Erin Laundry, co-owner of the Park Street store that gives Lego aficionados young, and now older, a place to build, play and just immerse themselves in some 300 pounds of toy bricks of all sizes.
Couple Opens Bottomless Bricks in Adams for Lego Lovers
Jan. 1, 2020
Spectrum News - If you're looking for something to get you out of the house this winter, a new store in Adams offers a place for kids and kids at heart to build. Erin Laundry and her husband, Shane, opened Bottomless Bricks in Adams two months ago as a way to put their love for Legos to good use.
“We started out doing parties for friends and families, and a lot of the feedback we got was that we needed our own location. So, we started looking for a location this summer and we found it here on Park St. in Adams," said Erin Laundry.
The store features a brick bin with more than 100 pounds of Legos, a racing station to build cars and mini-figure factory.
At Entrepreneurship for All's Berkshire pitch contest, an investment in 'validation'
Oct. 23, 2019
Berkshire Eagle — EforAll is a nonprofit organization that partners with communities nationwide to assist under-resourced individuals successfully start and grow businesses through intensive business training, mentorship and an extended professional support network. The organization currently has eight other regional programs in Massachusetts, and a ninth in Longmont, Colo.
Bottomless Bricks, of Adams, a family-owned Lego party and events business, received $500 for finishing third.