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Bowl it out: New entertainment center cost $8M

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FORT MYERS — Pat Ciniello, chairman of bowling equipment giant QubicaAMF, has opened a 28-lane bowling facility called HeadPinz Entertainment Center that will be an industry showcase.

HeadPinz will celebrate a grand opening Aug. 10 near Southwest Florida International Airport, where it will show off its 28 lanes of bowling, an arcade with 40 games, a two-story laser tag arena, an aerial ropes course and a sports bar. The event will also be a fundraiser for the nonprofit Disabled Veterans Insurance Careers.

“We have been anticipating this opening day for more than four years,” says Ciniello, in a statement. “As a veteran myself, I'm humbled to be able to give back to these men and women who've served our country.”

HeadPinz is in a 48,000-square-foot building off Treeline Boulevard. It cost $8 million to build.

HeadPinz is part of Ciniello's Bowland Centers, which operates six other bowling centers in Southwest Florida, including ones in Cape Coral, Lehigh Acres, Naples and Port Charlotte.


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