The World's First Mobile Bowling Alley

For years, entrepreneur Terence Jackson, Jr. of Southfield, Michigan pursued his dream: to build a mobile bowling alley to entertain people at parties and corporate events. Despite the economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic, he was able to launch his project this summer. He says that Luxury Strike Bowling is the only trailer of its kind in the world: a completely mobile 2-lane bowling alley.

The Detroit News describes the experience:

Luxury Strike consists of two lanes that are shorter than a traditional bowling alley, smaller bowling balls that weigh about 3 pounds. The bowling alley has a dual automatic bowling lane, scoring system, temperature control, neon lighting, an 80-inch theater screen, a sky lounge and a state-of-the-art sound system that guests can connect to through Bluetooth. [...]
The services also include a private bowling alley. The alley and loft can accommodate 10-15 people. Packages start at $500 for two hours.

How can other aspiring business owners follow his example? Jackson advises:

“Entrepreneurship runs the world,” he said, urging those pondering a move to "focus, commit and continue discipline."
"Don't be a product of your environment, and make your environment a product of your greatness," he said.

-via Homecrux | Photos: Luxury Strike Bowling

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Made me think of that A-team (I believe) episode where they had a casino in a trailer truck. I wonder what would happen to the bowling ball if you were playing while rolling?
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