Triple Shift Entertainment, the chain owned by former United States Bowling Congress board member Robby Spigner, has significantly expanded its footprint with the acquisition of four Arizona centers and three Texas centers.

The Arizona centers — Lucky Strike, Cactus Bowl, Tucson Bowl and Fiesta Lanes — are all in Tucson and operated under the Vantage Bowling Centers umbrella. In Texas, Triple Shift acquired the Max Bowl locations in Humble, Baytown and Port Arthur.

The company continues to operate 10 centers in Minnesota: Pinz in Oakdale, River City Extreme in Monticello, The Mermaid in Mounds View, Concord Lanes in St. Paul, Classic Bowl in Coon Rapids, Andover Lanes in Andover, Sun Ray Lanes in St. Paul, Super Bowl in Ramsey, Colonial Lanes in Rochester, and Park Grove Bowl in St. Paul Park.

“These acquisitions demonstrate that we are bowling people who are dedicated to delivering the best for our customers, our staff members and for the sport,” Spigner said. “I’m excited about bringing the Triple Shift philosophy to our seven new locations.”

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