Never one to take no for an answer, Jason Egan has excelled throughout the years by making the impossible more than achievable for numerous events, venues, businesses, entertainers and more. Determination and a talent for developing, launching, sustaining and repairing businesses have made Egan a rare commodity.

A native of Omaha, Nebraska Egan embarked on his first journey as an entrepreneur in his early teens – launching a party-planning business for parents in the local community. The response and rapid growth was so astounding that soon he had to turn down clientele, driving him to learn even more about the entertainment industry and brainstorming events. His uncle, an executive producer known for working with countless headliners, let a zealous Egan work alongside him to gain experience in the entertainment realm.

After graduating from high school, Egan attended the University of Nebraska as a business major and after a few short months in the college town quickly surveyed the prospect for a business opportunity. Always having an affinity for all things Halloween, Egan launched the very first stand alone, fully-operational haunted attraction in the town leading him down his first path in logistic and operations of a large-scale venue. Thus began two decades of being helmed as one of the top creators and masterminds in the Halloween industry.

In 2001, Egan relocated to Southern Nevada. The drastic change struck some as an odd choice however staying true to his past business experience Egan had a plan. Much research and planning had gone into his decision as the young entrepreneur found that the Southern Nevada market was lacking in events like his. At the very young age of 23 he single-handedly negotiated a deal with MGM Resorts and launched his haunted attraction – Fright Dome at Circus Circus inside of the 250,000 square foot indoor theme park. In the time since, he has grown Fright Dome into one of the top ranked Halloween attractions in the world.

Over the years Fright Dome’s reputation for being one of the most terrifying events in the nation has led to many celebrity visitors including Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, David Copperfield, Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne, George A Romero, Marlon Wayans, Dana White, Mike Tyson and many more. Not only has Egan’s work been a magnet for high-profile celebrities but his work and his life have been chronicled by media outlets around the world including USA Today, the LA Times, HGTV, the Travel Channel, CNN, HISTORY and many more.

Egan’s hard work and dedication to all projects he puts his name on combined with his passion for creativity have garnered attention from media outlets around the country including USA Today, the New York Post, L.A. Times, the Travel Channel and more. Over the years he has built a name for himself outside of the Halloween world taking on clients ranging from venues to well-known entertainers including Sea World, Universal Studios, Greater Media Inc., PBR (Professional Bull Riders), NBA legend Jerome “Junkyard Dog” Williams, Touro University’s Western Division and many more. His clients have excelled through the work he has done for them landing them spotlights across the world being featured at some of the largest performing venues and even national mainstream media attention via shows like the Late Show with David Letterman, Good Morning America and others.

Much of Egan’s success over the years has derived from partnerships with the best in whatever industry he was working within. A key ingredient to his success over the years has been identifying those within an industry that shared his aspirations, goals and business morale. Partnerships for his events have garnered him close ties with industry giants including Lionsgate, Twisted Pictures, Compass Films, Fortress Features and more. Over the years, he still highlights his partnership with horror legend George A. Romero to create a unique haunted house theme as one of his resume milestones. Most recently Egan teamed up with the video game mastermind behind “Five Nights At Freddy’s” to create the world’s first interactive theme park attraction based on the game.

In October of 2013, City of Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman proclaimed a day in honor of Egan recognizing his significant accomplishments in Southern Nevada and for the positive economic impact his business has had in the community for more than a decade. In 2014 Egan took his top-ranked haunted attraction again to the next level introducing Fright Dome Hong Kong thus beginning a pattern of expansion which as of 2016 included a Boston-based event residing on a heavily featured paranormal-active battleship.

Egan has always been an avid believer of supporting his community and in 2015 he took on the role as Vice President of the Nevada SPCA, one of the largest no-kill animal shelters in the country. He is currently spearheading the design and development of the brand new Nevada SPCA campus opening in 2020.

In 2017, Egan partnered with global content leader and Hollywood studio Lionsgate to bring to life the world’s first immersive escape experience themed after the blockbuster SAW films, one of the highest grossing horror franchises of all time. The Official SAW Escape in Las Vegas, NV is one of the largest escape experiences in the world.