A new entertainment complex is coming to Macon.
It's called Pin Strikes on Sheraton Drive. It's a 28-lane bowling alley with more than 60 arcade games, laser tag, bumper cars and more. Our Claire Davis got a sneak peek of the new place.
Manager Jeff Whipple says more than 40 employees trained on Tuesday and learned their roles in a very fun way.
New Macon bowling alley
“The same family setting we have at home, we've brought it here and now we can share that love with the community,” he said. “They get to act as customers, play the games, learn the positions, learn the expectations stuff like that and what's actually expected. So when it comes down to it it's a very fun day."
Nathaniel Rainey is the operations manager of the gaming area.
“We’re training them on every section. The bar area, the game room, showing them everything that we can. We have them playing like they're a customer and showing them what to do and what not to do,” said Rainey.
He's learning the ropes, everything from customer service, to how the games work.
Bowling prices vary depending on what day you go. The arcade, bumper cars, laser tag, rock climbing wall and balladium all cost extra. But they invite you to join in on the fun.
Whipple says they hope to open up Friday Nov. 4. For tickets, times and more visit their website.