ARLINGTON, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Believe it or not, bowling is the largest participatory sport in the United States with more than 67 million Americans taking to the lanes each year. This Saturday, August 11, is the perfect chance to join the crowd and bowl a few games in celebration of National Bowling Day.
The bowling industry is offering consumers a free game at participating bowling centers across the country. Consumers can visit GoBowling.com to download a coupon good for a free game any day between August 11 and August 31, 2018.
“Bowling is a great way to spend time and have fun with friends and family,” said John Harbuck, President of Strike Ten Entertainment, the marketing arm of the bowling industry. “We’re excited to have bowlers of all ages come out to celebrate National Bowling Day!”
Bowling centers nationwide serve as community hubs for birthday parties, charitable events, social events and competitive leagues. Whether you’re looking to get out of the summer heat, celebrate a special event or have one more fun night with the family before school starts, National Bowling Day is the perfect opportunity to visit your local center.
National Bowling Day is traditionally recognized on the second Saturday of August. The industry utilizes National Bowling Day to promote the sport and encourage families and friends to spend time together on the lanes.
The National Bowling Day free game coupon is valid for one game per customer per visit.
GoBowling.com is the destination for bowling fans and enthusiasts seeking news and information about one of America’s favorite pastimes and the nation’s number one participatory sport. With more than 67 million people taking to the lanes every year, GoBowling.com is a one-stop location where people of all ages can go to satisfy their love of bowling. Consumers turn to GoBowling.com every day to find bowling fun – discovering new bowling centers, tips and tricks to use on the lanes, event news and great deals at more than 1,700+ family-friendly bowling centers across the country.