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Free Bowling at Uptown Alley on August 9

Celebrate National Bowling Day with Free Bowling at Uptown Alley on August 9

Uptown Alley announced today it will recognize National Bowling Day on Saturday, August 9 by offering a free game of bowling with shoes from 9 until 11 a.m. During that time, a delicious breakfast menu will be available. Local residents are invited to beat the heat and enjoy a game of bowling with family and friends at Uptown Alley which features 38 lanes of bowling, arcade, upscale restaurant, patio and lounge.

National Bowling Day is an industry recognized celebration of this great American pastime. Today bowling is enjoyed by 95 million people in more than 90 countries worldwide. Bowling offers health benefits through anaerobic exercise which promotes weight loss. The sport also offers psychosocial benefits by strengthening friendships and creating new ones in groups.

“We are proud to celebrate National Bowling Day on August 9 at Uptown Alley,” said Paul Spada, general manager of Uptown Alley. “Bowling is a unique sport which can be played by people of all ages and we welcome everyone to enjoy our complimentary upscale amenities on National Bowling Day.”

Guests are invited to visit the Uptown Alley website to learn about popular weekly events such as Country Night on Wednesdays, Acoustic Night on Thursdays and live music on Friday and Saturdays among other fun activities. Uptown Alley is located at 6101 Brad McNeer Parkway in Midlothian. For more information, call (804) 744-1077.

About Uptown Alley:
Uptown Alley, located in Midlothian, is a 57,000 square foot multi-level entertainment venue featuring 38 lanes of bowling, arcade, upscale restaurant, patio, lounge and more. Locally owned by Uphoff Ventures and supported by Trifecta Management Group, the two companies have formed a strategic alliance to acquire, develop and operate properties, providing communities with first-class, leading-edge entertainment venues, with an immediate focus on the expansion of the Uptown Alley concept. Uptown Alley debuted in Surprise, Arizona in May 2012 to critically acclaimed reviews and great guest reaction. Visit or find us on Facebook and Twitter.

Tracy Scott is a self-professed baking addict and foodie who lives in Chesterfield County with her husband and two kids. She managed the calendar and handled social media for RFM before moving on to the corporate world.

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