TrainerTainment Spotlights Amusement-Industry Training Programs

Posted On: 1/11/2020

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FORT WORTH, TX -- Beth Standlee, founder and chief executive of TrainerTainment, plans to attend the Bowling Proprietors Association of America Winter Summit in Charleston, SC, to showcase her company’s industry-leading training programs for managers and staff of bowling entertainment centers and FECs. The program is designed to teach effective ways to improve skills in leadership, guest service, party hosting, group sales and other essential business subjects. The BPAA Winter Summit is set for Jan.12 through 14 (Sunday-Tuesday) at the Belmond Charleston Place hotel in Charleston, SC.

TrainerTainment reports that among its new programs scheduled for 2020 is GROW Academy, a state-of-the-art e-learning program. The use of e-learning in a variety of industries continues to grow as the benefits become better known, the company said. According to a 2016 survey by training industry group the Association for Talent Development, companies with comprehensive training programs including e-learning earn 218% higher revenue per employee. In a 2014 white paper, IBM observed that new employees are 42% more likely to stay when receiving the training they need to do their job properly.

TrainerTainment is a pioneer in coaching and training for the amusement industry, said Standlee, who is the longest-tenured teacher in the BPAA management school. Our onsite training, workshops, conferences and now GROW Academy e-learning provide bowling operators and their employees with a variety of fun ways to grow their skills, careers and businesses.

TrainerTainment focuses on training and coaching that enhances leadership and business strategies to optimize promotions, sales and group events, including birthdays and company party programs. Its primary goals are to develop people, implement business processes that get results and teach teams how to create a thriving sales culture through great service.

TrainerTainment has worked with amusement and hospitality facilities throughout the United States and Canada. Its trainers have spoken at leading industry conferences and events worldwide. The company is online at

Founded in 1932, the Bowling Proprietors Association of America is headquartered in Arlington, TX. Information on its Winter Bowling Summit may be found online at