Tuesday, July 2, 2013

New, improved AMF summer programs

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Not too long ago I told you about the Kids Bowl Free program at my local bowling alley and that’s one of the things I’ve been taking my children to do to keep them busy during the summer. I like taking them because all we have to do is pay for the shoe rental and it keeps them happily occupied for at least an hour or so.

AMF_Summer_Pass_Logo_ColorBowling is a great pastime to cure the summer doldrums for children and parents. Since I’ve posted about our bowling adventures I found out, through One2One Network, AMF has new and improved Summer Unplugged and  Summer Pass programs.

With AMF Summer Unplugged program you can get your kids ages 15 and younger out of the heat, every day if you like, to enjoy two free games of bowling. AMF doesn’t want to leave parents out in the sun so they are offering an AMF Summer Pass for $34.95, which includes two games per day for the pass owner and up to three friends as long as they’re ages 16 and older. In each program shoe rental is not covered, but I think it’s still worth it. What do you think?

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AMF has sweetened the pot even more with their 2013 changes. Instead of having to worry about checking email and/or printing coupons, all you have to do is take your membership card or give your name at your local center. Also new for Summer Unplugged members is the “Stay and Play” option, which allows you to add games for only $1.49.

Interested? Sign up is free and you can register up to six children. If you have more than six children simply create a new account using a different email address. Sign up now for your free summer programs – they started on May 13, will run through September 2nd and are available from the time the lanes open until 8 p.m. You’re sure to find a location that’s right for you since AFM has more than 250 locations.

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