60th Anniversary Celebration

Celebrate Our 60th Anniversary With Year-Long Promotions

Join Pin Chasers in celebrating 60 years of bowling, food, and fun! We’re so grateful to the generations of families who have bowled, played, and celebrated at Pin Chasers. That’s why we’re celebrating you every month, with unique specials for you and your family to enjoy.

Throughout 2019, we will also be sharing touching, retrospective stories that celebrate our rich history of bringing Tampa Bay families together. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook as we share stories and give shout outs to our high-scoring bowlers from the sixties and seventies!

With 60 years behind us, Pin Chasers now looks to the future. Be on the lookout for upcoming renovations and other surprises! In the meantime, enjoy exploring this page which pays tribute to our rich history of guaranteed good times!

Real Interactions in the World of Digital Distractions

Staff delivering pizza to a happy customer

People love to be together – the desire for human interaction is as essential as air and water and has never gone out of style. People will always want and need to spend time with others. But many folks today aren’t connected to other people, they’re tethered to devices. They text instead of calling, call instead of dropping in, and keep in touch through social media. They order food by app and eat alone in their cars. Even if they sit down with family, everyone interacts with a screen, not each other. Read More

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Our Family Taking Care Of Your Family

Family-owned Pin Chasers has been taking care of Tampa Bay families for 60 years! Other bowling centers may emphasize the business side of bowling, but Pin Chasers knows it’s the people – the families they serve – that matter. What makes a great family get-together? Laughter, conversation, activity, fun, and… Read More

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Women in Bowling in the Spotlight

Women have played a dynamic role in Pin Chasers’ 60-year history. Four women—Barbara Phillips, former general manager and marketing director, her assistant, Patsy Lowrance, who managed the senior daytime leagues, Sheryl Schuler, former main daytime customer-service leader and bookkeeper, and the… Read More

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Where Everyone Is Welcome

It was the late 1960s, and racial segregation, though illegal, had not disappeared in Hillsborough County. “Hey, Bill, we’ve got a problem tomorrow night. A big problem.” A local union representative was talking to Bill Morris, then CEO of Pin Chasers (at that time called Regal Lanes) on Armenia Avenue… Read More

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