Bowlero Corp 211 AMF Mt. Lebanon Lanes Contact Reviews

Bowlero Corp 211 AMF Mt. Lebanon Lanes

1601 Washington Rd.
Pittsburgh, PA 15228
Bowlero Corp in Pittsburgh, PA
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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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    Way too expensive to bowl a few games with my wife and young son. Even with a coupon, it still cost us $32 for 8 games and shoe rental. Without a coupon, it would have cost us almost $50. For an hour's worth of bowling. Concession stand is ridiculous - $3.00 for a child size fountain drink, awful-looking overpriced food not even worth trying. Certainly taking the fun out of trying to get a child into bowling - might as well pay for an amusement park ticket or bounce house pass.
    It's difficult to maintain a high level of service in terrible weather. Many league bowlers had cancelled to due foul weather yet the staff was ready to assist every customer. I appreciate dedication.
    A great team is well trained and enjoys their work. Every time we visit this center we are welcomed as friends. The center is always well maintained and ready to receive customers.
    Excellent team work and well trained personnel lead to a well run business. We are always pleased to visit this center. The employees make every effort to ensure a great experience. It really is fun to go where people always know your name.
    This week I got to meet a new employee. I am always interested in how people are chosen, managed and trained. I was impressed with the mature attitude and desire to learn of this young person. An organization grows based on the quality of it's people and the resources they provide for growth.
    It's difficult to hire good people but it's also demanding to train and prepare them properly. I have always enjoyed watching the way new hires develop in this center. People skills, work skills and cooperation are necessary to make any business succeed. I am impressed with the team work I always see in this center.
    Different circumstances will test a poorly prepared staff. A well prepared staff responds as if nothing is different. The holiday rush is on so the center was filled on a weekday afternoon. The staff responded professionally. Every business has a rush period. Handling that pressure with grace is an admirable skill.
    Normally, we don’t have a lot of issues when we order food. However, this time I had to repeat my order because the clerk just STARED at me as I placed it the first time. She was completely unprepared to take my order. And I had been waiting in line for 20 minutes by the time I got to place the food order in the first place. Additionally, she insisted that I wait in the dining room for the food order because it was “too complicated” to bring the food to my table by one of the lanes.
    I am always impressed by coordination and team work. No organization runs smoothly just because it was designed that way. It takes good people who are then well trained to make any operation run smoothly. It's always a pleasure to visit our friends at this center.
    We are always impressed by the teamwork and work ethic displayed at this facility. It takes a team to make any business work. The team here is consistently friendly and dedicated. It's a pleasure for us to visit our friends every week.