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September 9, 2015
For millions of American school children, September signals a return to the
classrooms, a clean slate, a new beginning and the promise of a brighter
For many business people, September also signals the sounds of the holidays
to come. They know, as do you, that before you turn around, the season will
If you’re a bowling proprietor or the owner /operator of an FEC,…
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Throwback Thursday! For this week’s #TBT we decided to feature our past customer Sparetime in Greensboro, NC. We provided the furniture for the VIP lanes, VIP concourse, corporate party room and the sports bar.
For more information on our furniture click on the link below.http://venueindustries.com/
If you are in the Greensboro area, check out Sparetime's website below. …Continue
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Read below about the trends that are happening in the hospitality industry.
Find out what's happening in the industry and where it's heading. Comment below what you think about the trends!
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Steltronic is proud to announce that for the 7th consecutive year in a row, Steltronic Focus software and Steltronic Vision hardware will be the official scoring system of the United States Bowling Congress Women’s Championship Tournament starting in April – 2015 at the National Bowling Stadium,…Continue
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Read below what 20 design professionals have to say about what’s trending in 2015.
These trends could definitely help you decide on a few design choices if you are planning on renovating your hotel, restaurant or bowling center.
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MAIN EVENT SELECTS NORTH FORT WORTH SITE FOR DFW EXPANSION
New location is one of 8 new center openings planned by June of 2016
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Party Center Software is taking their flexible hardware approach to Point of Sale one step further with the announcement of tablet compatibility.
Party Center Software customers can now use the full Point of Sale (POS) feature on a tablet device. The software was already touch-screen compatible for desktops, so creating an application that can be used on a tablet was the next logical step. The company focuses on providing flexible hardware…Continue
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Click the link below to read more about Rolltech and Mike Fagan
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Steltronic is pleased to announce interactive game events for the bowling centers with Steltronic Focus scoring. With this hardware device by Steltronic and connected to…Continue
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Steltronic Automatic Scoring proudly announces that it has released an integration between …Continue
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A Quack for the Ducks
If Randy White is right about duckpins, the game whose range has been confined for 100 years to the Northeastern seaboard will be nesting around the world before long.
White, principal of White Hutchinson Leisure and Learning Group of Kansas City, MO, is completing a duckpin FEC (157,000 square feet) in Vietnam and is in full design of another near Seattle. He’s talking up the game to his clients around the…Continue
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The Modernization Of Bowling
By Andrea Gage-Werren, La Habra 300 Bowl
Bowling in 2014 is a very different game than it was thirty years ago. Reminiscing back to the early 1980’s when I was a bowler in the junior program here at La Habra 300 Bowl, the building always had a heavy cloud of cigarette smoke lingering about. The adult and senior leagues thrived with fierce competition and several glasses of scotch. Nowadays, the cigarette smoke has disappeared along with many of the…Continue
That’s right, January 1, 2014 the lights go out… at least for the manufacture and import of household incandescent lamps. Some people are meeting this news with shock and outrage. Others are hoarding remaining supplies. I have a somewhat different approach.
This isn’t really new or newsworthy. It’s a product of the 2007 Energy…Continue
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Anyone who has worked at a center or who bowls a lot knows what the cracking sound in an alley means. Someone has decided to throw a ball directly at the sweep; or a child who didn’t know any better rolled too soon or too late; or some teenager thought he would look “cool.” Often times, the culprit ends up being an adult who has had a few too many drinks and tries to get a good laugh from his friends by throwing more than one ball down the lane. This past weekend, I dealt with one of “those”…Continue
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Holler House, established in 1908, is not only known for housing the oldest certified lanes in America, which are housed in the basement of the bar, but also for the regalia of bras hanging from the ceiling of the bar. How cool is that?! Apparently, a Milwaukee city inspector did not think so when he declared the dangling undergarments a fire hazard. He broke Holler House’s 45-year tradition when he demanded…Continue
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Bowling at 98… WOW! Pete Parsons celebrated his birthday with a 204 game. Not bad for a 98-year-old! Age is just a number to Parsons as “he shrugged off both his age and his 204 game,” according to an LA Times news article by Bob Pool. While he has been bowling for 40 years and then some, Parsons wife still says he should take bowling lessons at some point.
It is quite remarkable how a man in his nineties had sixty-six people attend his birthday event while I…
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