Wavehouse organises corporate bowling competition

The gastro-pub in Atlantis, The Palm will reward winners with a weekend's staycation at the resort

Wavehouse organises corporate bowling competition where winners will be rewarded with a weekend's staycation at the resort
Wavehouse organises corporate bowling competition where winners will be rewarded with a weekend's staycation at the resort

Wavehouse at Atlantis, The Palm has announced the inaugural Wavehouse Corporate Bowl-Off. Each member of the winning team will receive a weekend staycation at Atlantis accompanied by a guest. Participants are invited to sign up for the bowling competition in teams of six before 31 July 2019.

There will be five rounds held every Sunday commencing 4 August 2019, between 7pm and 11pm. Teams with the highest scores will advance to the next level until the grand finals on 27 September 2019 at 9pm. Welcome drinks will be provided on arrival and the Wavehouse à la carte menu will also be available.

The competition is free and open to the public. To register, teams will have to provide company and personal details and the name of an assigned captain. All participants must be over the age of 21. Top performers will also win individual rewards from Wavehouse.

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