Business Information
Name of Organization: 
Colonial Bowling and Entertainment
Organization Type: 
Business Description: 
Colonial has revived the outdated bowling alley and turned it into a full-service entertainment center. No more plastic benches, bright lights, and outdated atmosphere. Instead, Colonial is completely renovated, and has expanded our entertainment options and enhanced your experience on all levels. Colonial features 24 bowling lanes and a private VIP Kingpin Bowling Suite with 4 lanes. There are comfortable new couches, lane-side food and beverage service, black lighting, glowing lanes/balls/shoes, and state-of-the-art, 250-square-foot JumboTron video/TV units at the end of each lane. No matter what your budget, bowling is one of the best entertainment values on the planet.
Contact Person: 
Peter Sheft
Title: 
Owner
Business Location: 
2420 Brunswick Avenue
08648 Lawrenceville, , NJ
United States
40° 15' 24.5124" N, 74° 43' 38.5212" W
Phone: 
609-882-7700
Email: 
info@colonialbowlingnj.com
Website: 
http://www.colonialbowlingnj.com/
Membership Date: 
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Energy Efficiency
Description of Action: 
All of the lighting at the Colonial Bowling & Entertainment is on electronic timers, to ensure minimum energy use when the bowling lanes are closed.
Waste Other
Description of Action: 
Colonial Bowling and Entertainment also recycled materials during its 2012 renovations, including the original pinsetters for the bowling lanes.
Waste Recycling
Description of Action: 
Colonial Bowling & Entertainment recycles all cooking oil used on site. Since 2012, Colonial has diverted over 39 Tons of cooking waste from being disposed in a landfill - this is an average of 7.98 Tons per year.
Lbs Saved: 
15,960
Money Saved: 
558
Waste Reuse
Description of Action: 
During Colonial Bowling & Entertainment's 2012 renovation many elements of the original building were repurposed, rather than sent to the landfill. The original bowling lanes at Colonial were made into reclaimed wooden benches. This effort was spearheaded by a local nonprofit that works with disadvantaged children, the removal of the bowling lanes was managed by the organization as part of a work skills program. Additionally, Colonial refurbished the original business sign and now it is on display within the entertainment complex.
Support the Well-Being of Your Employees
Description of Action: 
Colonial Bowling & Entertainment recognizes that many of its employees have challenges in juggling work schedules and finding adequate childcare. To that end, Colonial has a child friendly work environment, and allows its employees to bring children to work. This has helped to create a family first work culture and supported the well being of its employees.