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2013_People_2girlsYou already know what bowling leagues can do for your bottom line.  Why not use your pool tables to increase customer traffic and generate more revenue on a consistent basis too? Join more than 8,000 location owners who are already enjoying the benefits of hosting APA Leagues.

Here’s what APA can do for you…

  1. Increase business on slower nights.
  2. Offer customers additional activity in your Center on busier nights when lanes aren’t available.
  3. Guarantee additional customer flow weekly without impacting activity on your bowling lanes.
  4. Generate more coin-drop or table rental revenue from your pool tables.
  5. Receive professional marketing materials designed to promote league development free of charge from your APA League Operator.
  6. No administration! Your local representative will do it all for you.

APA Host Location Testimonials

"We do count on the APA, because after you close up at night you've still got to pay the bills, no matter how much fun you had. Without hosting League play you're only going to get so many walk-ins, so you bet we want even more APA players calling Mr. Cue's home...We really do appreciate the APA Leagues playing here, and the players have proved to be great people to have around." Richard and Susan Sweet, Mr. Cue's II, Atlanta, Georgia

"I love having APA Leagues at my location. The extra business generated by the players is great! We have every type of player in here. Our mix ranges from 21 to mid-60s and we always have a good time." Keith Robinson, Owner of Side Pockets, Lenexa, Kansas

"Having APA teams in my location also helps generate walk-in traffic. People walk by here and see folks inside having a good time, and they come in to check it out for themselves."Jerry Burke, Owner of Side Pockets, Kansas City, Missouri

With over 44 APA teams playing at Beyond Billiards, Scott and Charlotte Rose contribute much of their success to one of the APA's handicap rules. "The 23-Rule is so important. It allows everyone in the room to participate - not just the players who are really good."Scott and Charlotte Rose, Beyond Billiards, Davie, Florida

Bill Lindsey, owner of The Little Chicago Club, plays on two APA teams himself. "I love pool, and it's a good way to promote the business, and a great way to network. The APA Leagues have brought an increase in business and income to my location and playing in the League shows my personal support for the organization." Bill Lindsey, The Little Chicago Club, Black Eagle, Montana

Rory and Vicki Rosenbach recognize the rewards of hosting teams and have experienced a major boost in revenue since coming on board. "We've gotten a lot of exposure due to our APA League activity. We also feel the APA is the best in organized play, and we're happy to have over 40 teams playing out of our location." Rory and Vicki Rosenbach, Greenfields Pool & Sports Bar, Lakewood, Colorado

"I won't open a location without offering APA League play to my customers, the benefits to being an APA Host Location are tremendous, your customers enjoy being involved, you and your staff can get involved and it's a great, fun activity you can offer to anyone at your location." - Owner, Boston Boozers in Council Bluffs, Iowa; Straight Shooters and Straight Shooters II, both in Omaha, Nebraska