What You'll Get
Bowling is like taking a road test: the only way to win is to knock over more obstacles than everyone else. Cruise to victory with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of bowling at J.D. Legends in Franklin.
J.D. Legends nourishes entertainment-starved families with its massive union of bowling alley, restaurant, bar, arcade, and beach-volleyball club. The 24-lane bowling alley recently updated its scoring system to better capture lane-skipping curveballs and light-speed strikes, and treats visitors to glow-in-the-dark bowling and project-in-the-dark video projectors. This Groupon is valid for shoe rental ($2–2.50) and lanes ($2–$3.50 per game per person during open play). Elsewhere in J.D. Legends, karaoke nights entertain those weary of hearing bands ruin their own songs, and trivia nights exercise the oft-dormant part of your brain that still remembers the 1932 roster of the NY Giants and which side won the Revolutionary War.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 27, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Lanes subject to availability. Valid only for shoe and lane rental. Valid toward groups. Must use in 1 visit. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About J.D. Legends
J.D. Legends nourishes entertainment-hungry families with a massive facility stocked with bowling, a restaurant offering Southern-style fare, a bar, and a night club. The 24-lane bowling alley features a new-and-improved scoring system to better capture lane-skipping curveballs and light-speed strikes. During open-play hours, shoes gently cradle the feet of their temporary masters as lanes brace themselves for the hurtling of bowling balls down their slender midsections. The lanes frequently host themed parties and events, including cosmic bowling every Friday and Saturday night.
The facility’s art-deco carpeting and citrus-colored decorations invigorate bowlers with game-enhancing visions of early 20th-century French heydays and afternoons spent lazing about under yellowed skies.