In Texas when summer comes it is my goal to find the most indoor air conditioned activities as I can for my girls. I’ll die. I’m not kidding in the least bit. I’m a Michigan girl! Oh shhhh…don’t tell these Texans that though, it’s a secret.
Lauren, my middle daughter has been practicing her bowling skills on the Wii all winter and she is ready to get in there for real to “kick daddy’s butt”. I think she can do it too!
I would love to get her involved in the homeschool bowling league they have set up locally for the kids. Maybe we can do that this year.
So how about keeping cool while having a blast bowling with the kids this summer? Kids 16 and under can get two free games of bowling per day from Monday, May 30 (Memorial Day) through Monday, September 5 (Labor Day) at select AMF locations. Shoe rental is not included with this.
All you have to do as a parent is go to http://bit.ly/AMFfree to select a participating center (With over 200 locations to choose from) and complete a simple registration form. Then starting May 29th you will get free game coupons emailed every Sunday for the following week. Super easy!
Don’t worry! Parents are not forgotten in this deal. For families of registered kids, a one-time payment of $27.95 buys 2 games per day for 4 people all summer long! It’s the AMF Summer 17 Plus Pass. (Same dates and times as above.)
There is even more fun to be had!
Kids combo meals all summer for $2.99.
Pin decorating contest:
- Most votes on Facebook in each of 4 age divisions wins a $2500 scholarship prize! AMF donates 25 cents per vote up to $10,000 to Susan G. Komen for the Cure®
Schedule of learn-to-bowl and fun competitive sessions.
I participated in this campaign as a member of One2One Network and am eligible for a prize drawing. All opinions stated in the post are my own.
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