Grand Prix New York Adds 19-Lane Bowling Center to Its Mount Kisco Facility

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Owners Expand Facility to Spur Long-Term Economic Growth

On Wednesday, November 9, Grand Prix New York (GPNY) will open Spins Bowl, a new 19-lane bowling center inside GPNY's 118,000-square-foot indoor kart racing and entertainment facility in Mount Kisco, NY.

The Grand Opening festivities commence at 6:00 p.m. with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, followed by speeches from state, county and local dignitaries. Then at 7:00 p.m. Spins Bowl will be christened with a unique "Roll-Off": 19 VIPs simultaneously rolling their bowling balls down their respective lanes. After which, guests will be encouraged to bowl and tour the facility until the ceremony ends at 9:00 p.m.

On the following day, Spins Bowl will be open to the public. The 30,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art bowling center consists of 12 "Family Lanes" and 7 "VIP Lanes" with images of cityscapes from New York, Chicago, and L.A. splashed across the walls. Both Family and VIP Lanes come complete with video panels, electronic scoring, and plush lounge and lane-side seating. The VIP Lanes feature private rooms with leather furniture, TVs, and exclusive dining table service provided by Fuel, the in-house restaurant/caterer of Spins Bowl and GPNY.

Spins Bowl's hours of operation will run from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m., 7 days a week. Cost of entry will range from $25 per hour to $40 per hour depending on the time of day. VIP lanes cost an extra $5 per hour. Patrons will also have the option of renting out the Family Lanes, the VIP Lanes, or the entire center for activities such as birthday parties, mitzvahs, corporate functions, and other group events. These group rentals give bowlers a minimum of 2 hours of bowling time, including Cosmic Bowling –glow-in-the-dark bowling with a dance club atmosphere that rocks the center with a state-of-the-art sound system and laser lights – use of billiards, table tennis, a party room, free shoe rental for all guests, and Brunswick Bowl bowling equipment.

"It is imperative in this stagnate economy, while other businesses are scaling back or holding steady, that GPNY expand," said Nat Mundy, Vice President, Marketing for GPNY and Spins Bowl. "By creating Spins Bowl, we're tapping into the number one participatory sport in America according to The National Sporting Goods Association and the Bowling Billiards Institute of America. This doesn't just mean increased traffic for us, it means new tourism and money flowing into the village of Mount Kisco and Westchester County in general. The Spins Bowl expansion is our investment in the future. It means we're here to stay."

Mundy went on to say that one of the major reasons for the popularity of bowling is the fact that people from the age of three years on up can bowl, and items such as gutter rails and ball ramps – which Spins Bowl provides – make the sport enjoyable for young and old alike. Mundy also pointed out that Spins Bowl will be open for league bowling and competitions.

Spins Bowl, like GPNY, will also continue its tradition of hosting charitable events. On November 18, just 10 days after its Grand Opening, Spins Bowl will be hosting the "Strikes Against Cancer Bowl-A-Thon" to raise funds for Support Connection, a Yorktown Heights-based charity that aids families and women suffering from breast and ovarian cancer. Spins Bowl currently has at least four fundraising events booked through the end of the year.

For more information on Spins Bowl, please visit or e-mail info(at)gpny(dot)com.

Grand Prix New York Racing (GPNY) is the only large indoor racing, social entertainment, and corporate event venues in The New York City-metro area. Centrally located in the village of Mount Kisco, New York, GPNY is a unique 118,000-square-foot facility offering a quarter-mile-long, state-of-the-art racetrack for all ages, Spins Bowl: a 19-lane bowling center, special events services, Fuel: restaurant and bar, award-winning catering, an arcade, carnival room, a banquet facility, conference rooms, and more. GPNY is actively involved in community outreach and fundraising efforts. Since its inception in 2008, GPNY has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for local charities by hosting high-profile fundraising events. For more information about GPNY, visit their website at


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