Kids Bowl Free this summer!

Wednesday , 28, May 2014 1 Comment

Kids Bowl Free is back!

Bowling is a sport that has been around a long time!  It dates back to the times of ancient Greece and Rome.  According to The Bowling Foundation, more than 25 percent of Americans bowl each year.  Bowling is one of the few sports that allows you to compete at any age and even makes accommodations for those that may have various disabilities.  Preschoolers to senior citizens enjoy this game!  Bowling even has numerous health benefits!

Select bowling centers and schools around the country are participating in the first ever Kids Bowl Free program. This program is designed by bowling centers to give back to the community and provide a safe, secure, and fun way for kids to spend time this summer.  Children whose age does not exceed a limit by a participating bowling center are eligible to register for 2 free games a day, all summer long!  Rentals shoes will cost extra of you do not have these already.

Be sure to check out the website for more information.  You will need to sign your child up for the center you plan to use.  Watch for inbox for the emails with the coupons to play.

Parents, you also have the option of purchasing a FAMILY PASS starting at $24.95. A Family Pass allows adult family members to enjoy 2 games per person per day. You may have up to 4 adults on the family pass.

Georgia has these centers participating this year:

BRUNSWICK: The Golden Isles Strike Zone

CUMMING: Stars and Strikes (Cumming)

DALLAS: Stars and Strikes  (Dallas)

DECATUR: Suburban Lanes

GAINESVILLE: Funtastik! FEC/Gainesville Bowling

GRIFFIN: Magnolia Lanes

LAWRENCEVILLE / DACULA: Stars and Strikes

MILLEDGEVILLE: Baldwin Bowling Center

POOLER: Frames N Games

SANDY SPRINGS: Stars and Strikes (Sandy Springs)

STOCKBRIDGE: Pin Strikes Entertainment Center

THOMASVILLE: Rose Bowl Lanes

TOCCOA: Rose Lanes Bowling Center

TUCKER/STONE MOUNTAIN: Stars and Strikes (Stone Mountain)

 

If you do not see your local center represented above, please call them to see if they have their own program.  As a teacher, I know that Fayette County sent home a special card to students that allow them to play two free games a day!  Fun Bowl in Fayetteville has a Stayed in School Program.  Please go to their website to sign up and receive the coupons by email.

Well, what are you waiting for?  Check out this great opportunity!

 

Official Website: Kids Bowl Free

Facebook Page Kids Bowl Free

Twitter Page @KidsBowlFree

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