As they sweep the ice, most gas-powered zambonis also give off harmful carbon monoxide, which lingers in the rink for hours afterwards. But Skylands Ice World?s resurfacers are different?they?re fueled by propane, which means that, with the help of special converters and frequent tune-ups, they emit much lower levels of carbon monoxide. And to make them even more eco- and skater-friendly, the zambonis warm up in a separate, ventilated room before hitting the ice, which also helps carbon-dioxide levels in the rink stay well below EPA-approved standards. It might seem odd to put so much thought into the environmental and health effects of ice upkeep, especially since the state of New Jersey doesn?t technically regulate the air quality of skating rinks, but Skylands Ice World and its staff considers it worthwhile. Because in the end, a devotion to Mother Earth and its inhabitants is just as important as a devotion to sport and spectacle, which is also why the facility has recently installed an energy-saving, low-emissivity ceiling as well as high-efficiency light fixtures.
Knowing that the air and their consciences are cleaner than a personal trainer?s bill of health, visiting skaters can go for a care-free spin around the ice during daily public-skating sessions. Visitors can also groove to toe-pick-tapping music, which blasts out of a newly installed sound system during the popular Friday night Ice Jam event. And when they need a break from the figure eights and figure zeros, skaters can hop over to the onsite eatery, which dispenses Tim Hortons coffee and baked goods.
Rooted in New York and New Jersey, Pin Street Bowling Centers have provided family-friendly entertainment for more than 50 years. The spacious lanes are conditioned each day, guaranteeing pristine surfaces for open bowling sessions and leagues, which are divided by season, gender, and age. Competition continues in the snack bar and lounge, where pool tables, hearty burgers, salads, and creative cocktails match up with customers' cravings. Pin Street’s staffers can accommodate groups by opening early or staying late to, and they cater parties with customizable menus that address any dietary restrictions or phobias of flatware.
Pin Street at Warwick was designed with family fun in mind. 28 synthetic lanes, all of which come with optional bumpers, host friendly competition during open bowling hours seven days a week. More serious bowlers can take advantage of the on-site pro shop for custom gear and maintenance, or sign up for league play.
In addition to shiny lanes, the entertainment complex also features an arcade room and on-site snack lounge featuring burgers, chicken fingers, and salads. For special events, Pin Street at Warwick rents out these facilities to celebrate birthdays, graduations, and supreme court justice appointments.
Signature service: Paddle board and kayak rental and sales
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 2?4 hours
Brands Used: SUP ATX
Pro Tip: Paddle boarding is easier than you think so give it a try. We also have a picnic and beach area available.
Besides making clients happy, what do you like most about your job?
Paddle boarding and kayaking is amazing fun and a great workout. I love to see all the smiling faces after a great day on the water.
Sometimes it's all about the little things in life. What supplemental courtesies do you include with your main services to leave clients with a smile on their face?
This year, we added a sandy beach with cozy chairs and relaxing palm trees. We also offer stand up paddle yoga, ladies night, full moon paddles, and party events.
What aspect of your job, or the services you offer, most often surprises people?
How excited we are to share the fun of being on the water, and how we treat our customers like friends. We will do what we can to help you enjoy your day.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
We are experienced and certified in stand-up paddle boarding, and we can answer questions and ensure your safety. We also have boards for sale, and we recommend trying a board before you buy.