Courtesy of Pinsetter’s weekly email list: ” Roll with us this Saturday December 15th for our 1st Annual Ugly Christmas Sweater Party. Tickets will be sold at the door for $25 Open Bar, which includes well liquor, domestic draft beer, and house wine. The party starts at 9:00pm and keeps rollin’ until 12:00am. We hope to see you in your Ugliest Sweater, the Uglier the better.”
Hello! How are you doing?
I know it’s been a while, but I have an update for you.
Pinsetter Bar & Bowl will be closed on Thanksgiving, but will be reopening on Friday, November 23.
However, on Wednesday, November 22, Pinsetters will be hosting a special event – their annual Thanksgiving Throwdown. It starts at 7 p.m. There will be a house dj and the Amberlamps performing from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
For those of you who don’t know, I will be going to Spain this summer. Just thought you’d all like to see another student’s perspective on phrases.
I promise, a bowling trip is coming soon!
Hello all. I’m sorry for my absence these past few months; I’ve been busy with school and work. However, school is now over so I should have more time to make updates.
I plan to venture down the road to DiDonato’s Bowling Center. They recently added 3-D Galactic Golf to the alley so I will be sure to see what that is all about.
I also want to take a trip to the Playdrome in Cherry Hill to see if they installed their rock climbing wall yet.
Lastly, I will definitely make a big trip to Pinsetter Bar & Bowl. I have been dying to go there ever since my high school bowling team went there in 2006. I never got the chance to visit last fall semester.
Hopefully I will be updating this a lot more since it is summertime. In the meantime, happy bowling!
On a side note, I will be studying in Spain for one month at the end of this summer. I will be sure to investigate what the bowling atmosphere is like abroad if there is one.
I know this isn’t bowling related, but this is a recent story for my News Reporting 1 class that has been getting a lot of attention. I’d like to share it with you, too.
Storm bowling products are U.S. made. Have a look.
“We get to work with a product and be innovative with a product we want to build and because of that we have been very successful.” More than 2,000 bowling balls are made each day inside the Brigham City facility. “Each ball gets personal attention, making sure what leaves the facility is perfect.”
“We think it’s important to be made in America. We see people going overseas and we think that’s hurting business – we don’t want to do that.” “It’s important to keep jobs in America as much as we can. There isn’t enough manufacturing happening in our country anymore.”