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Mario’s Goes From Boom To Bust

After a bumper start to 2010, Mario’s Bowling and Family Entertainment Palace saw business slip from “steady” to a “colossal loss” in September, its owner pointing to a 30-40 per cent business volume decline while expressing confidence that the firm “has not scratched the surface” of its potential market.

A “steep” decline in customer volume in recent months has encouraged former MP and Cabinet Minister, Leslie Miller, to focus more heavily on marketing what the 50-lane bowling alley has to offer.

Mr Miller said he put the downturn in September and beyond to the return of students – the majority of the $14 million centre’s clientele – to school, and the continually poor shape of the economy, but added that he was hoping for a “super December” for the business.

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