Lexington, KY, July 14, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Eastland Lanes, a Collins Bowling Center, will host its first of four Junior Scholarship Tournaments for the 2007 - 2008 Season. Every year it is the goal of Collins Bowling Center to continue to develop new bowlers for there future league play. There is very little access for the Junior Bowlers to enjoy a tournament or league setting where it actually means something to there financial future's. Companies need to step up and support the future of all of their businesses. Collins Bowling Centers has decided to be there for the youth and will host 4 tournaments a year with the Junior Bowler in mind. This event will be open to all bowlers that are still within there Junior status. The first event will be on August 25, 2007 @ 1PM at Eastland Lanes, 750 E. New Circle Rd. Lexington, KY 40505. You can contact the center at 859-252-3429 and ask for Ian Grossman for more information. Ian can also be contacted via email at email@example.com.
Collins Bowling Centers have been around the Lexington, KY area since the 50's and has developed a good reputation with there customers. The business tackles problems head on.
The industry has seen a lot of changes since becoming mainstream. The people use to come to a center and bowl because of bowling's competitive nature, but now people come bowling for the entertainment aspect. There are still leagues and that will always be the foundation of a bowling center but league play is down across the entire nation. Junior bowling is fading just as fast if not faster due to the advent of the video gaming system's and increased sports with High School's. They need to reach out to these children and give them a reason to want to excel in our sport. The way leagues use to run for the juniors a center would supply a pizza party and trophies at the end of a 34,35 or 36 week season. It is not good enough in today's world to do this. Collins Bowling Centers will make a stronger commitment to their juniors by creating tournaments like the one mentioned above and by also starting Junior Scholarship Leagues.