Branson, is known for its family friendly atmosphere and on March 27 another addition to a wholesome environment will be added, N’Vision, a Christian night club. N’Vision, the idea of two individuals, Shawn Haygood and Joe Modglin, is a non-profit organization with the purpose of spreading the good news in a youthful manner. The night club will be located in the American Café next to the Mansion Theatre on Shepard of the Hills Expressway. N’Vision will feature Christian bands from the surrounding area and a live DJ along with pool tables, wii games, food and fellowship.

For the grand opening N’Vision has Last Place set to perform. Last Place is a Christian rock band that started at College of the Ozarks and now tours nationally. The night club will open at 10 p.m. and stay open until 12:30 a.m. with Last Place taking the stage at 10:30 p.m.

To help assist the non-profit organization, Skyline Baptist Church has agreed to help off set some of the costs involved in running the venue. “I believe N’Vision is a great opportunity for young people to hang out in a clean safe environment and enjoy Christian music that is relevant to them,” stated Pastor Norm Howell, Skyline Baptist Church. “As a pastor in the Branson community I want to stand together with other church leaders to reach the younger generation in our area, so I am very excited about what N’Vision has to offer.”

Co-owner Shawn Haygood is looking forward to spreading a positive message to the youth in this region in a venue that they are comfortable in. “To inspire and be inspired through love, happiness, peace, and truth is one of the greatest gifts you could ever give someone,” said co-founder Shawn Haygood.

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