MORE: Bowlero coming to Village at Leesburg, taking over KingPinz space
The new entertainment facility will take over the space currently occupied by KingPinz. Bowlero's offerings sound similar to KingPinz, featuring bowling, arcade games and “inventive eats,” according to today's announcement.
KingPinz's final day of business will be Tuesday. A Village at Leesburg spokesperson said the space will be closed temporarily for renovations. An opening date for Bowlero has not been set.
Bowlmor AMF, the parent company of Bowlero, is the largest operator of bowling centers in the world, with more than 300 locations worldwide. The company specializes in corporate and special events, as well as league and walk-in retail bowling, according to a new release. The company was created in 2013 following the merger of Bowlmor, an upscale bowling and entertainment company, and AMF Bowling Worldwide.
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