Monday, May 16, 2011

The Lucky Strike fiasco.

I'll say this for the public relations firm that handled the Lucky Strike pre-open: they gotta bunch of folks out there.

And maybe everybody had a good time. If I had the patience of Job I might have too. But I don't. And I wouldn't say anything except for the fact that their pre-open invitation should have said that everyone in Fort Worth looking for a free Miller-Lite was invited.

When I arrived I did a quick in-line body count, stopped at 75, and said the hell with it.

Gutter-ball. That's the way I see it.



Trey Comstock said...

You should have stuck it out! The line went quick and everyone had a good time.

We at least appreciate you taking the time to come out and write a review about it.

If you get the chance swing by so you can check the place out.

Francis Shivone said...

Trey -- I should have replied to you sooner . . .

I will go by first chance I get, all reports I have heard are good.

I'll always be a little sentimental towards a bowling alley. My first job at age 14 was sitting behind the lanes waiting to be called to release a stuck ball or pin. $1 an hour. Thanks for commenting.