Brunswick hosts bowling schools

Proper maintenance essential to ensure cashflow, says supplier

Graduates of one of Brunswick's bowling schools.
Graduates of one of Brunswick's bowling schools.

International bowling product supplier Brunswick has held three training schools in the UAE in co-ordination with distributor Deltatrade.

Both Dubai and Abu Dhabi hosted lane mantainance seminars, while the UAE capital was also home to a pinsetter school. The schools were held to highlight the role of proper maintenance in ensuring cash flow.
“Bowlers have usually been attracted to the bowling centers those have less machine stops and proper oiled lanes, said Brunswick regional sales manager Mohamed Abu El Fetouh. “The Brunswick GS series has the highest number of non-stop frames worldwide, thanks to the perfect engineering design and the regular investment in development which facilitates the maintenance procedures and gives the time to take care of other responsibilities.”
“The more knowledge the bowling employees have, the more efficient the machines run and will reflect the parts purchased,” agreed Brunswick EMEA sales and service manager Siggi Hill.
According to Brunswick, bowling is considered now as a social game and closer to family entertainment centre business. Therefore, experience of troubleshooting is mandatory for bowling employees to continually provide the customers with valuable time in the bowling centre and encouraging repeat visits.

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