June 2013
Tourist Attractions & Parks;Jun2013, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p46
The article presents quotations from several bowling center owners regarding their marketing strategies including Bernie Pelletier, owner of Bayberry Bowling Center on how cable television advertisement works for them, Ralph Semb, owner of French King Bowling Center on their all-you-can bowl offering and Mike Leo of Super Bowl on their numerous marketing promotions.


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