Build a Youth Program Locations
May 16, 2018, Ten Pin Alley, Fitchburg
May 22, 2018, 5 Star Lanes, Plover
May 31, 2018, Ledgeview Lanes, Fond du Lac
June 5, 2018, Bowlero, Wauwatosa
6:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Do you want to START a youth program?
Do you want to INCREASE your youth program and your center’s BOTTOM LINE?
Do you want MARKETING IDEAS on how to build or revitalize your youth program?
Proprietors, Youth Coordinators and Managers, find out why it is so important to you and your business to know the answers to these questions.
Proprietors attend free with one or more paid registrants from their center.
Running a quality Youth Bowling Program is an integral part of our bowling center. By offering a quality youth program your center will gain many benefits such as:
>Increased birthday parties income
>Adult/Youth league participation
>Parents who become interested in bowling and join leagues
>Pro Shop sales and food profit
>Middle School and High School bowling teams-community participation
— Peggy & Dan Henke, Dan’s Village Bowl, Brownsville
A successful youth program is the number one key to the future of the sport of bowling. If you get them interested as youth they will continue to bowl throughout their teens and into their adult year. Pass the sport on to generation after generation.
— Ryan Schoen, Michiels Dome Lanes, Marinette