After Hours at Pin Strikes

Held the third Thursday of every month, After Hours brings business people together for an evening of networking and refreshments.

RSVP here for our January After Hours Feb. 16 at Pin Strikes

Trend: Why did you decide to host a Chamber networking event?  
Pin Strikes:
We hope to broaden our network of contacts and show people what Pin Strikes has to offer.

T: What is special about your business?
We are a family entertainment center with a wide range of activities, for everyone from a young child to a seasoned adult. Pin Strikes offers 24 world-class lanes, furnished with couches for a homier setting. We also do cosmic bowling in the evenings and for special events. We have laser tag, bumper cars and Balladium — a black-lit play area.

We have more than 50 new arcade games, with everything from the classic games like Skee Ball to the modern games such as Angry Birds. Located in our full size Pin Strikes Splitz Bar & Grill, we have four professional billiards tables and five 50” HD TVs and one 120” projector screen to watch any game.

T: What’s your favorite part of being a Chamber member and why?
 We enjoy the opportunity to make connections with a very diverse group of people.

T: How does your business make a difference in our community? 
Pin Strikes does different outreach events such as Toys for Tots and collecting donations for the families affected by the Woodmore tragedy. We also do Kids Bowl Free during the summer to provide reasonably price entertainment for children out of school. Additionally, Pin Strikes facilitates many fundraising events for schools and churches. 

T: Anything else you’d like to add?
We hope to further grow and diversify Pin Strikes as a business and in making a difference in our community.


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