Can the Glorvigen family duplicate the success of their Bowlocity family entertainment center in Rochester, Minn.?

“We’ve been embraced by Rochester,” proprietor Gene Glorvigen told the Post Bulletin newspaper. “Now we’re looking to the future of Rochester’s growth. We’d like to build another Bowlocity, a little bigger and maybe a step up.”

The current location opened in 1963 and was named Recreation Lanes. In 2014, the Glorvigen family doubled its size, added new attractions and renamed it Bowlocity.

For the new location, the family is planning 22 lanes of bowling, laser tag, an arcade, a sports bar and expanded facilities

Land for the project has been acquired, but it needs too be cleaned and prepped for construction. Also, financing needs to be lined up.

“In our true dream of dreams, we’d like to open in 2020,” Glorvigen said. “We think that’s a realistic goal, but who knows.”

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