MILWAUKEE (April 1, 2014) – JB’s on 41, Milwaukee’s premier bowling center, offers bowlers a Spring Break incentive Monday-Thursday April 14-17 and 21-27. Bowlers receive a Red Prize Pin in their lane with the purchase of any individual Play All Day purchase.
JB’s “Red Pin Egg-travaganza” gives bowlers an opportunity for extra prizes in addition to their bowling experience. If a Red Pin appears at the front of the ten pins and a bowler rolls a strike, he gets to claim a colored prize egg from the front counter.
Egg prizes include JB’s on 41 game cards, extra game room tickets, pizzas, appetizers, drink options and more.
Individual Play All Day packages include two hours or bowling, shoe rental and a $5 game room card.
About JB’s on 41
JB's On 41 is an independently owned bowling center in Milwaukee, WI. JB’s On 41 provides a modern bowling experience, featuring 35 bowling lanes. JB’s On 41 offers galactic bowling, event packages, league bowling, volleyball, and 10 custom cherry private lanes in addition to traditional bowling. JB’s On 41 invites families, corporate groups, and solitary bowlers to experience America’s #1 Participation Activity at JB’s On 41. For more information, visit www.jbson41.com
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