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Most Americans probably do not know that bowling is the number one participatory sport in the country. During WWII, the bowling boom began as a means to find solace and boost morale in a time of war. It was a game for all ages and an economic success as well. At this time, there were pin boys to return bowling balls back to participants, and many suburbs offered babysitting at the alleys to attract another demographic to the sport. While bowling did not maintain its steady growth from then until now, its most recent popularity has taken a turn for the better as people reconnect to the core values and experiences that bowling supports.
In an economy such as the current one, bowling is one of the only affordable, family oriented, and recession proof sports. For just a few bucks, you can enjoy a fun filled day of bowling, food, drinks, and good company. Not many other sports can give you this type of quality entertainment at a similar budget.
At ASG Bowl, we are constantly looking for ways to grow this classic American sport, while supporting you in reaching the full potential of your bowling center. Bottom line, bowling is a shared passion, as it is so much a part of your life as well as ours. Our team understands the importance of providing guidance as you navigate the ups and downs of our economy. While we will not always be facing a recession, there will always be challenges that face every business owner. Indeed, we want to be there for you, providing support in all times. Still, in this economy, we would like to help solidify the image of bowling as a sport that does not falter in times of weakness, but flourishes. Because after all, you do not have to be a pro to bowl. You just have to come and play.
-Your ASG Bowl Team
If you’re a bowling center proprietor, you’re not only in charge of running a recreation and entertainment facility, you’re running a business. The service should be outstanding, the facilities should be clean, and patrons should always feel safe.
Make sure you are taking all the necessary precautions to protect them and your employees by reviewing the five most necessary emergency services needed in a bowling center.
Posted on January 10, 2011 at 11:25am — 1 Comment