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Kids Bowl Free registration open for 2014!

Posted April 7, 2014



The annual Kids Bowl Free program is now open for registration for a few of the local bowling centers for the 2014 summer season! With this program, your kids can bowl 2 games for free each day all summer long.

Participating bowling centers are offering this freebie as a way to give kids a safe and fun activity to do while they are out of school.

The program starts as early as April 1st for some bowling lanes. The Rainbow Lanes center in Clayton starts the program on May 20 and is now open for registration. There are also locations in Roxboro and Fayetteville this year.  Head to the website for a list of participating centers.

You will need to register the kids online so they can get their bowling coupons. To register, go to the website and find your nearest bowling center. You will be able to see if it is open for enrollment yet.

Once you register and the program begins for the season, the weekly free bowling coupons will be loaded into your online account and you can print them each week. You will also receive an e-mail on Sundays with a link to your weekly coupons.

For most locations, the free pass does not include shoe rental. If you have your own bowling shoes, you can usually wear them. Just check with the bowling alley to be sure you are not required to rent shoes from them.

If your kids were enrolled last year, you still need to register again. They do not save the information from year to year for registration purposes.

There is also a family pass option that you can purchase so adults can bowl all summer as well at a reduced cost. The Family Pass starts from $24.95 and includes 2 games per person per day. The pass covers up to 4 adult members. The price of the pass covers all 4 members, according to their website.

We bowled a number of times last summer and it's a great way to get out of the heat and have some fun!

Did you take advantage of this program last year? What did you think?


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