Bowlmor AMF 202 AMF Sheridan Lanes - NY Contact Reviews

Bowlmor AMF 202 AMF Sheridan Lanes - NY

199 E. Jericho Turnpike
Mineola, NY 11501
(516)741-3444
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Bowlmor AMF in Mineola, NY
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    AMF is the world's largest owner and operator of bowling centers. Since the introduction of the automated pinspotter in 1946, AMF has been a leader in the bowling industry. More than 20 million bowlers per year make AMF their bowling destination of choice. AMF is where America goes bowling.

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    1498251580070
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    a great job by alexius c
    1498048211173
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    She was very pleasant to my 7 yr old niece when she needed a bigger size shoe
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    Sal, Dan, Mike, Tierney, Kerianne, Patty, are always friendly and receptive to my League's needs. I appreciate their support and hope to continue such a relationship for years.
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    fun
    1491812474563
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    No line. Accommodated with lane request
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    Sal and his crew always try to do the best for our league within the severe limitations of corporate. The staff is knowledgeable and tries their best to resolve situational needs. Much thanks.
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    The issue is the corporate belief that a bowling alley is an entertainment center. The latest introduction of video games and bar stools makes the facility a cheap version of Dave and Busters. For league members it shows a total disregard for their view on what a bowling alley truly is, a sports arena and communal meeting hall. The table and chairs represented a place for friend and co-workers to meet on a regular basis, to chit chat and catch up with things. For the older bowler it represented a secure spot to sit and relax. It is obvious that the league bowler is considered an anachronism and that management believes that the business can survive without league play. I guess we will see