Lynnwood Bowl & Skate Makes Additions to Enhance the Bowling Experience for Local Guests

Sep 4 2013, 3:14am CDT | by

Lynnwood, WA, September 04, 2013 --( Lynnwood, WA-based bowling and skating center, Lynnwood Bowl & Skate has recently announced an exciting new upgrade to their facility. The venue will now feature additional television screens in each bowling lane in order to enhance the entertainment experience of visitors to the popular venue.

With children still enjoying the summer days away from school, parents across Mountlake Terrance, Lynnwood and Edmonds are searching for an activity that will keep their kids busy and active. One of the great benefits of choosing to visit the local bowling alley is that it provides children with a healthy sporting activity and ensures they spend time playing with family and friends. As children across the country become increasingly isolated while at home and connecting with others online, venues such as Lynnwood Bowl & Skate provide an excellent alternative activity to help fill those quiet summer days. The company’s new exciting lane additions will now add to the entertainment options available at the venue.

Recently, Lynnwood Bowl & Skate acquired 10 television screens for the facility. These television screens have been integrated within the bowling lane areas to provide bowlers with a superb audiovisual addition to their experience. Television screens will be used to show video content that allows for those not involved in the action to enjoy the time while they await their turn.

This new addition to the Lynnwood Bowl & Skate facility will add further weight behind the venue’s expanding local reputation. To learn more, please contact the facility directly or visit the Lynnwood Bowl & Skate business website at

Contact Information:
Bowl & Skate
Melinda Davies
(425) 778-3133
Contact via Email

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