Ten Pin Eatery Launches Fundraising Program

First event is this Sunday, supporting DY Class of 2019

Hyannis, MA -- Ten Pin Eatery has launched a new fundraising program, making it easy for local non-profit groups to raise funds!

Through the program, Ten Pin will donate twenty percent of all food, beverage and games card sales (excluding taxes and gratuity) back to an organization on a pre-selected evening. Ten Pin will provide each organization with a flyer and Facebook event to easily share among supporters.

(See clickable event flyer below)

The first event takes place on Sunday, November 19 from 4-7 PM in support of the Dennis-Yarmouth High School Class of 2019.  Guests simply need to show the flyer or Social Media post about the fundraiser to their server (available under the events tab at facebook.com/tenpineatery). 

“There are so many terrific charitable organizations on the Cape and they can all use a financial boost,” said Ten Pin Eatery Partner Rob Nichols.  “This is a turnkey way for groups to rally their supporters and raise funds while having some fun. We hope to raise a lot of money for community groups through the program and encourage any non-profit organization who is interested to contact us.”

To apply for an event, simply fill out the form online at https://tenpineatery.com/fundraisers/ or contact Emily Page at 508-771-2100 Ext. 108.

Ten Pin Eatery is located inside Cape Cod Mall and operated by Ryan Family Amusements. It features a full restaurant and bar, 11 bowling lanes, an arcade, laser tag arena, and VIP lounge.  Additionally, Ryan’s recently opened a Virtual Reality and Escape Room arena just across the hall. Ten Pin is the 11th location for Ryan’s, which operates bowling alleys and games rooms across Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The other locations include Buzzard’s Bay, Falmouth, Millis, Raynham, South Yarmouth Plymouth, Oak Bluffs, and Newport, RI.  For more information, visit tenpineatery.com.


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