LOCAL FOOTBALL SCORING UPDATES PRESENTED BY THE HUNGRY HOBO:

Glow Bowling now available at Miller Time Bowling


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Posted Online: Oct. 08, 2012, 12:40 pm
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Press release submitted by Jason Howell

Miller Time Bowling in Davenport is now offering the most exciting way to bowl, glow bowling. Glow bowling is also known as "cosmic bowling" or "midnight bowling". Glow bowling is a party like atmosphere with black lights, party lights and rockin' music. Glow bowling is available every Friday and Saturday night from 10:00 pm to Midnight. Miller Time also offers a family fun time for Glow Bowling on Saturday afternoons from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm, during this time only family appropriate music is allowed and they work hard to create family oriented environment. You can also book Glow Bowling birthday parties on Saturday afternoons as well.

There are two pricing options for Glow Bowling you have the choice rent by the lane for two hours or by pay by the game. The lane rental allows you to bring up to six friends (including yourself) and pay one price of $50.00 which also includes shoe rental. Miller Time's per game Glow Bowling is $4.50 per game and $2.00 for shoe rental.

For more information contact Miller Time Bowling, located at the corner of Kimberly and Elmore. Miller Time's address is 2902 East Kimberly Road, you can call 563-359-4770 or visit their web site at http://www.millertimesharkys.com






















 



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