It’s time to round up the squad because FUNleagues are back at Main Event Entertainment and enrollment is underway.
The fall FUNleagues will be played for eight weeks from Sept. 24 to Nov. 16 and online enrollment is just $8 per person, per week. Each team is required to have four players and alternates are welcome. FUNleagues are open to people of all ages and all skill levels.
“The FUNleagues are a great way to get your family, friends or coworkers together for a unique, social bowling experience,” says Becky Johnson, chief marketing officer of Main Event Entertainment. “They’re also perfect for company team-building events. Whether you’re an avid bowler or you rely on the bumpers, it doesn’t matter because we’re all about having fun at Main Event.”
To celebrate the arrival of football season, FUN-seeking individuals that sign up for all eight weeks during early enrollment will receive a free Mini Collectible NFL Ball of the recipient’s choosing—one ball per league member. The total league amount is $64 (excluding tax).
Be sure to visit MainEvent.com/FUNleagues to sign up and receive your free Mini NFL Ball before early enrollment ends Sept. 10.
Main Event is consistently ranked the “best place for parties,” thanks to its distinctive “Eat. Bowl. Play.” experience. From hassle-free birthday parties to company team-building events to an evening out enjoying a great meal and some friendly competition, Main Event offers more ways to have fun than you can pack into one visit!
Each center features state-of-the-art bowling, multi-level laser tag, a high ropes adventure course, billiards and a games gallery featuring more than 100 of the latest interactive and virtual video games. And whether you’re looking for a chef-inspired casual dining experience in a full-service American-fare restaurant, specialty pizzas in an Italian-themed cafe or handcrafted cocktails in a high energy bar surrounded by big screen TVs, Main Event’s chefs and bartenders aim to please.
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