Aloma Bowling Centers will ring in the company’s 40th birthday with a week-long celebration at all three of its Florida venues.

The anniversary celebration kicks off with deals from 9 p.m. to closing time each night from Monday, Aug. 14 to Thursday, Aug. 17, at Aloma Bowl in Winter Park. Airport Lanes in Sanford and Boardwalk Bowl in Orlando also will offer specials on those nights, beginning an hour earlier.

All week long, guests can enjoy throwback pricing from when the Aloma centers first opened. Games of bowling will cost 90 cents, shoe rentals will be 40 cents, and arcade games will cost 25 cents.

The festivities will culminate with a party from 9 a.m. to 2 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 19 at the original Aloma Bowling Centers location — Aloma Bowl. In addition to the aforementioned deals, burgers and fries will cost just $3, and Bud Light on draft will be priced at $1.

That night, live music and a costume contest will be featured. Guests are invited to show off their bellbottoms and disco duds to celebrate Aloma’s 1970s roots.

Also, five guests will get to keep the good times rolling after the party with free bowling for a year. Everyone who attends the party will be entered in a drawing, and guests who wear ’70s attire will receive five additional entries.

Keith Baldwin, Regional General Manager for Aloma Bowling Centers, said the birthday bash is an opportunity to celebrate with the community.

“The community has supported and loved Aloma Bowl the past 40 years,” he said. “This is our way to thank the community we grew up in.”

To learn more about Aloma Bowl, visit alomabowlingcenters.com/aloma/.

Earlier this year, a plan was in place to level the center and build a new Orchard Supply Hardware store on the site. But Winter Park City Commissioners rejected the plan, and it was decided to continue operating the center.

Now, Colonial Lanes, a 32-lane center in Orlando, is being eyed by developers, who would like to replace it with a storage unit facility. You can read more about that here: http://www.orlandosentinel.com/business/consumer/os-bz-colonial-lanes-demolition-20170807-story.html.

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