Skating Venue Lynnwood Bowl & Skate Announces New Teen Night Offer

Leading Snohomish County skating facility Lynnwood Bowl & Skate has recently announced a new special discount for their teen customers. In order to attract more teenagers to their venue, Lynnwood Bowl & Skate is now offering 10 Teen Night admissions for the price of 9, for all patrons who buy their special Teen Bonus Card.

Oct 3 2013, 3:23am CDT | by PR.com

Lynnwood, WA, October 03, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Leading Snohomish County skating facility Lynnwood Bowl & Skate has recently announced a new special discount for their teen customers. In order to attract more teenagers to their venue, Lynnwood Bowl & Skate is now offering 10 Teen Night admissions for the price of 9, for all patrons who buy their special Teen Bonus Card.

Across Lynnwood, Edmonds, Seattle and Mountlake Terrace, parents are continually looking to find activities that their child achieves more involvement in fun physical events. But there are few venues in the region that have the facilities to cater to the teenager demographic. And that’s why many parents are now turning to the specialized services of venues such as the facility run by skating center Lynnwood Bowl & Skate.

Lynnwood Bowl & Skate is an organization committed to helping families have economical options for their children to enjoy physical activity in a fun, safe and engaging social environment. And it’s with this objective in mind that the venue recently created their Teen Bonus Card. By purchasing the Teen Bonus Card at a price of $72, parents will be able to achieve 9 Teen Night admission tickets for the price of 8. In addition, the Teen Bonus Card will allow skaters to receive 10% off the price of items at the venue’s snack bar, glow shop and skate shop during Teen Night events. Saving money and ensuring children receive great exercise has never been easier.

Also, on Friday November 1st, Lynnwood Bowl & Skate will be hosting their very popular, All Night Teen Skate event. The event is from 7:30pm – 6:00am and is for youth ages 10-18. The teens can use their Teen Bonus Card to pay for the first part of the night (7:30pm - 11:00pm), and choose to stay and pay an additional $15 to stay all night.

To learn more about this latest offer and upcoming events from Lynnwood Bowl & Skate, please contact the company directly or visit the company’s website at www.bowlandskate.com.

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

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