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Luxury Strike Bowling is a bowling alley and a lounge which is a first of its kind. The luxurious bowling alley which offers an exclusive bowling experience is actually a converted 53-foot semi-truck trailer. Essentially it’s a bowling alley on wheels! And as a wheeled establishment, it will travel to wherever its customers are.

The entire idea was the brainchild of one Michigan businessman, Terence Jackson Jr. He thought up the idea when after being inspired to bring a bowling alley experience to customers in a manner that is similar to other large companies such as Amazon or Uber.

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The luxury bowling experience comes with 500-square-feet of temperature-controlled interiors that have two automatic bowling lanes. In addition, the lanes also have a scoring system and neon lighting. There is also an 80-inch theater screen, a sky lounge, and a Harmon Kardon sound system – this allows guests to play their preferred tunes using Bluetooth.

While the lanes are shorter than a regular bowling alley would be, and the bowling balls are smaller and lighter than regular bowling balls, the experience is still the same. And to add to the fun, the ability to control the lighting and music definitely helps customers get the most from their luxury experience by being able to give the bowling alley the atmosphere they desire.

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The Luxury Strike Bowling works off a rental scheme, and it can be hired for different parties, corporate events, and other events within the Southfield area of Michigan, as well as nearby locations. The bowling alley on wheels is able to accommodate 10-15 individuals. And in keeping with the luxury experience, Luxury Strike Bowling provides a personal butler to be on hand for all events.

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According to HomeCrux, Terence explained that the mobile bowling alley took years of construction to fully be realized – with a delay in the construction process being due to COVID-19 and certain building materials being unable to be sourced as a result of the pandemic. Even though the mobile bowling alley did face certain setbacks, it eventually did launch – and it looks like the perfect night out for a 10-person household to enjoy, given the current social distancing restrictions.

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