If you’re considering building a bowling alley, there are a lot of questions you’ll need answered. Questions like, how much does it cost to build a bowling alley? What type of bowling alley is the most profitable? How do you write a bowling alley business plan?
We’ve helped many people – those new to the bowling industry, and industry insiders – evaluate whether building a bowling alley is the right business decision for them. We can help you, too.
We’ve got planning guides, we can show you different bowling alley business models to consider, help you secure financing, help with construction. We can even help you get the best prices on your food & beverage supplies through our buyer’s group, Xtreme Entertainment.
Have a look at the resources on our site and, when you’re ready, contact us and we can answer all of your questions.
Bowling Alley Business Models
There are four primary bowling alley business models: the Boutique, the Family Entertainment Centre, the Hybrid, and the Traditional Bowling Centre. Deciding which model is right for your market will depend on several factors, including demographics, competition, and your budget. When you’re ready, contact us and we can discuss your goals and help you choose the business model that fits your needs.
How We Can Help
Developed over years of experience, the Build-to-Bowl program effectively and efficiently coordinates the efforts of planners, designers, architects, contractors, installers, and training professionals in order to bring a new center development, modernization, or remodeling project to life in a timely and cost-effective manner and provides a complete line of services from the earliest planning stages to project completion:
- Site selection, analysis, and master planning
- Conceptual, architectural, and interior design
- Graphic design
- Project theme development
- Project budget and business plans for investors
- Project presentations to city council and zoning, plus public hearing assistance
- Construction contract, sub-contractor, and union negotiations
- Construction administration
- Product installation
- Bank loan and construction draw approvals
- Kitchen consultant administration
- Vendor administration and management
- National buying power for construction materials and center supplies
NEW CENTRE DEVELOPMENT FORM
To learn more about new centre development and how Striker Bowling can help, please complete the New Centre Development Form. This brief form will help us determine your phase of planning and allow us to guide you toward the proper resources. Once your form is submitted, a Striker Bowling representative will contact you by the following business day to assist you. If you have any questions, please contact us.
In today’s bowling industry, financing and refinancing capital purchases are critical steps to your overall business success. We have helped proprietors position themselves with banks and lenders in various forms. including Business Plans, Financial Analysis, Objective Planning and much more. Our experience can be leveraged to help you get approved for the loans you need to move into the future.
For those looking for smaller purchases, we have relationships with lease companies that can make the transaction happen fast and for the betterment of your company.
Once your new centre is up and running, we can help you keep your operational costs down through our sister company, Xtreme Hospitality.
Xtreme Hospitality is a different kind of buyer’s group that allows medium-sized businesses to get the same Tier 1 pricing from suppliers that are normally only available to the big chains. There are no contracts and no registration costs.
Our experienced construction team can help you with any level of build or renovation. Our experience in new centre builds and renovations ensures your project gets done right – with no costly surprises down the road.
Striker Bowling installers are among the best in the industry, maintaining the highest level of expertise through certified Brunswick training programs. Striker Bowling continually updates installer training and education to incorporate the newest techniques and equipment innovations.
These training programs, certification, and technical updates are supervised by the Brunswick Services organization to ensure absolute quality and efficiency throughout the construction and installation process. Close working ties with Brunswick product engineering means Striker Bowling installers provide you with the ultimate in-operational guidance and training to maximize the efficiency of your Brunswick equipment.
New Centre Development Form
To learn more about new centre development and how Striker Bowling can help, please complete the New Centre Development Form Now. This brief form will help us determine your phase of planning and allow us to guide you toward the proper resources. Once your form is submitted, a Striker Bowling representative will contact you by the following business day to assist you.