|AMF Richardson Lanes Comments - Add your comment|
|Comment Date: 10/15/2009 Name: anonymous|
|My friend's car got broken into and almost $500 of his belongings were stolen. We were there on a Wednesday from 2-4:30pm in BROAD DAYLIGHT. I haven't been to this bowling alley in over a decade and unfortunately I left not wanting to return again!|
|Comment Date: 5/9/2009 Name: patrell saint|
|OK, This is a disgusting filthy bowling alley. The prices are insane, ($5 per game !), and the food is enough to make one vomit. Please go to a family owned facility where you are appreciated, not a corporate joke. I do not think that there is a bowler in this place that knows about family fun. Please save your money ! Die AMF|
|Comment Date: 1/12/2008 Name: Marina Cricky|
|I have been there recently last January in 2007 and I just want to know how much money is it for twelve kids. Thank you,
|Comment Date: 1/28/2006 Name: Deanne|
|Recently, I visited a friend In Euless. We went to the AMF center on 183 on a Saturday night. Although I am a dedicated patron of the Richardson center, I have to say the Xtreme Bowling there is much more fun. Their DJ's are awesome! They play great music, are interactive with customers(children included), and are wonderful hosts. Bottom line, their Xtreme nights exceed ours. Can we get these guys or their company to host our Xtreme nights? Signature Sound Productions is who they said they worked for. Thanks for your attention.|
|Comment Date: 1/27/2006 Name: Brandy|
|AMF Richardson is pretty much the BEST.|
|Comment Date: 5/3/2005 Name: Denise|
|Dear Manager of AMF Bowling in Richardson, you now have our business. Thank you for your concern for families with young children. It's so exciting to hear from someone who appreciates families and children (who will eventually grow up to be adult bowlers). Thank you.|
|Comment Date: 4/7/2005 Name: chloe|
|Although you might not enjoy the young children on your lanes, I must agree that I (being a youth bowler) love to have little children around me. It makes me happy, it increses my ability to concentrate when they are not around me, and it allows me to see simple mistakes that they make that I do too. I think sir you should be more open minded to the youth, because you were once one if you grew up in the alley like I did. We all know we were pains when we didn't know what to do ( i.e. lane courtesy, improper bowling techniques, ect.). But please sir do not penalize the future of this alley because you and your wife have no ability to concentrate! |
|Comment Date: 10/12/2004 Name: dodger|
|You say how you are for the future bowlers. Sir, you need to take care of the current ones as well, or we'll take our young ones to another lane. Yes, everyone has a right to enjoy public facilities, but on the same thought, that means me also. I am part of everyone, am I not? Then compromise and try to separate the loud, rude, inconsiderate people who think they need not compromise with others, because they have a right to be there also. Well? If I disrupt another person's activity, am I right on doing this? Can I claim that I am rightfully there, and can disrupt another under that same banner?
I think not. I must compromise and get along, ever making the effort, and so too should everyone else, even those screaming kids, whose mother won't put them into a calmer state.
Can't have it both ways, unless you are money hungry. Is that what you are Mr. Manager? Money hungry, and trying to find a way to walk both sides of the fence? My logic is sound, yet you insist on being the advocator of one person against another. Why don't you tell the kids that they must respect the ones who are there being civil? Why not inform the parents of unruly kids, that other have a right to their kind of game and atmosphere as well. Or is it right to rudely infringe upon another simply because some manager says they have a right to be there as well.
|Comment Date: 10/4/2004 Name: Leif|
|James, I am a manager at AMF Richardson, and we try to reach out to a family environment on all nights that we don't have leagues. It is unethical to separate the children from the adults. The children have just as much right to the lanes as anyone else. As many people know, children are the future of bowling, and they must learn how to bowl. Yes I am sorry for the fact that we set them exactly next to you and your wife but it's not like we do that on purpose. On open bowling nights all lanes are subject to availability we cannot control what lanes are available at what times. In every way we appreciate your business and always want you to come back, but instead of saying it's unacceptable for children to be right next to you, teach them to bowl - because if you enjoy bowling then it's going to be those same kids that will soon enough be running our bowling alleys in America. If we discourage them by complaining that they are getting in our way then they will not want anything to do with bowling. So next time you're at any bowling center think about what you can do to teach the kids to bowl so they can still have fun and you and your wife can still bowl seriously.|
|Comment Date: 10/3/2004 Name: dodger|
|I agree, better concern for the true customers you have, the repeat ones, should be a top priority. I have sought other lanes because of being put next to, and too near, loud inconsiderate bowlers.
I believe it is the lane's responsibility to ensure my comfort zone as well.
Am I right?|
|Comment Date: 9/22/2004 Name: James|
|I have one main issue. The attendants should place all children bowlers next to each other instead of spreading them all around and placing them next to adults trying to seriously bowl. I have had small children placed on both sides of me and my wife when there were open lanes in other parts with small children already bowling on them. This completely ruins the bowling night and causes us to leave early. Hey Managers, think about what you are doing !!!!!|
|Comment Date: 4/25/2004 Name: anonyomous|
|This is the best bowling alley I have EVER been to!|
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