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Bay Tek Updates Classic Alley Bowlers, Adds Soccer Theme To Lineup

Posted On: 7/12/2011

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Baytek Bowlers

PULASKI, WI -- Bay Tek Games reports that it has launched an expanded line of alley bowlers. Its popular Fireball Fury and Alley Ooop pieces have been enhanced with additional features, state-of-the-art materials and new form factors. The design is optimized for serviceability. A new model, Goal Rush, has joined the line.

Fireball Fury and Alley Ooop, introduced late last year, retain the perennial play appeal of Fireball and Basket Fever, but now are 10 ft. long. Alley Ooop carries forward Basket Fever's basketball theme. Goal Rush is aimed at the growing audience of soccer aficionados.

All three models incorporate a new ramp material, formulated for greater durability and less noise, and all feature slide-on rail covers and a flip-down playfield for easy access. The main board now is located in front of the ramp, further contributing to fast and easy service. All can accommodate a "progressive" display, allowing large jackpots to be accumulated through play at one game or a number of networked pieces. It may be mounted atop the game's header.

 The three colorful alley games extend the appeal of Bay Tek's flagship bowlers for street locations, Beer Ball and Beer Ball Classic, into family entertainment centers and similar venues.

"It's always exciting to freshen up the look of staples, like alley bowlers," said Bay Tek sales and marketing director Rick Rochetti. "Then we took it a step further and updated the features and benefits to make our line superior. They look great banked together and the progressive sign really tops it off."

Information on Fireball Fury, Alley Ooop, Goal Rush and other Bay Tek games can be had by calling (920) 822-3951.