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Company Overview of AMF Bowling Centers Inc.
AMF Bowling Centers Inc., doing business as Bowlmor AMF Centers, owns and operates bowling venues worldwide. It also provides space for birthday parties, bachelor/ette parties, kids' and adult parties, and corporate events; league bowling; and league bowler rewards programs. In addition, the company offers bowling balls, bowling shoe rental, and open lanes. It serves customers ranging from casual bowlers and weekend enthusiasts to bowling buddies and seasoned leaguers. The company was founded in 1946 and is based in Mechanicsville, Virginia with additional offices in New York, New York. AMF Bowling Centers Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Bowlmor AMF Corp.
7313 Bell Creek Road
Mechanicsville, VA 23111
Founded in 1946
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