Thursday, June 27, 2013

AMF Summer Unplugged and Summer pass program (sponsored post from One2One network).

This is a sponsored post from One 2 One Network from AMF Unplugged. I participated in this campaign as a member of One2One network and am eligible for a prize drawing. All opinions are stated in this post.

Information about the Summer Unplugged Program:

Need to get your kids out of the house and the heat. Kids, 15 and under, can register in the Summer Unplugged program. Kids can bowl two games per day, until 8 pm. Shoe rentals are not included. Sign up here for free bowling during the summer: Parents and guardians can register a maximum of 6 children. If you want to add more children, you must create a new account with a new email. 

For the adults, who want to bowl too, you can sign up for the Summer Pass. The pass is 34.95. The pass allows the pass holder to bowl two games daily, in addition to three guests, ages 16 and up. Shoe rental is also not included. Sign up here for the AMF Summer pass

New program features for 2013
  1. Easy, simple sign-up process. You don't need to wait for coupons to be mailed. You don't have to print coupons. Present your membership card or name at your local AMF and pay for shoe rentals. Then, enjoy bowling with family and friends. 
  2. Stay and Play program. You can purchase additional games for 1.49. If the kids are having fun. Maybe there is an intense competition. or your special needs child is being quiet and playing along (hmmm I wonder), you can purchase additional games and keep the fun going. 
  3. The program runs May 13, 2013 to September 2, 2013. 
  4. Members can bowl daily from open to 8 pm. 
  5. The program is available in over 250 AMF locations. 
What are some ways your family reduces boredom?

Brad and Kalen both like to be tickled. Brad also likes watching youtube videos and movies. Kalen just likes to climb on top of stuff and knock stuff over. We do need to get out the house more. So far, we go to church, dr. appts, and the store. We may go to the zoo, once per year for the walk for autism by Easter Seals. I am also planning another trip to Morgan's Wonderland in San Antonio in August or September. We went last year, it was fun. Morgan's wonderland is the world's only special needs park, located in San Antonio. Best part, special needs kids and adults are free for life. The kids went in December, 2012 and had a good time. The next time, I go,  I am getting a hotel room. We did not get back to Houston until midnight. It also did not help Brad had to go potty on the bus. I did not know the area, so I said we will go potty on the Mega bus, once we get back to the parking lot. I can't miss the bus home, especially since I didn't have money to reschedule. Brad decided to attempt to pull down his pants and try to take off his pull-up a few times on the public transportation bus. So, I said the next time, we are getting a room for the night, so Brad can freshen up. Somewhere on the same route from Mega Bus's stop and the park. 

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