Everything you need to know about the Family Eat and Play Deal
"Ohana means family. Family means nobody get's left behind, or forgotten," said Lilo in the classic Disney film Lilo and Stitch.
Here at ZONE BOWLING, we are proud to be the champions of fun and we celebrate with promotions to share the joy around. The Family Eat and Play Deal is one of our latest offers, and we thought it would be good to give you the lowdown on all the details.
We are family, I got all my sisters with me
First and foremost, you should know that this deal caters to all sorts of families - aunties, uncles, grandparents, mums and dads, cousins and also your friends. After all, friends are the family we choose for ourselves, so head on down to your local ZONE BOWLING centre with any group of four people to take advantage of this deal.
If your kids have a bestie that stays over for sleepovers and is practically your third child anyway, bring 'em along! It only costs an extra $12 to bring another person.
We are open to any family - just come on down and let the good times roll like bowling balls on the way to a strike!
Fam bam, thank you maam'
Cha ching! You won't believe the savings on this deal. For four people, you get a range of goodies included in the price of $60 such as a game for each, shoes and 10 arcade tokens. You can have a blast winning at skill tester arcade machines or boogying through Dance Dance Revolution. Challenge each other to a dance off and giggle your way to arcad-omination.
The family that eats together, stays together
No family outing is complete without scrumptious food, and as part of the deal we will be dishing out hot dogs or nuggets, a large pack of hot, crispy fries and a drink per person.
When you're with the ones you love, laughter tends to flow organically, but here are some fun classic jokes to bust out as you eat food from our deal:
1) What do get when you cross a chilli pepper, steam shovel, and a Chihuahua? A hot, diggety dog.
2) Why did the hot dog turn down an offer to star in a blockbuster film? None of the rolls were good enough.
3) Why did the can crusher quit his job? Because it was soda pressing.
See you soon at ZONE BOWLING!