Harrah’s Cherokee announces management agreement with Ultrastar for Bowling Center

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LET’S BOWL: The image above shows an artist rendering of the outside of the future Bowling Center. (Image courtesy of Harrah’s Cherokee)


Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort officials announced on Monday, Feb. 6 they have inked a management agreement with Ultrastar for the upcoming Bowling Center.  The Ultrastar Multi-tainment Center at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort is scheduled to open this September.

“We’re excited to keep growing and to bring Ultrastar into the fold,” said Brooks Robinson, regional senior vice president and general manager. “Ultrastar has proven to be a great partner already during this early planning phase. They going to help us extend the Harrah’s Cherokee experience to an even wider range of guests in this terrific family-friendly venue, which will help make Harrah’s Cherokee a destination for tourists as well as members of our own communities.”

BREAKING: Ground was officially broken for the new Bowling Entertainment Center at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort on Tuesday, July 19, 2016. Shown (left-rigth) are Brooks Robinson, Harrah’s Cherokee regional senior vice president and general manager; Jim Owle, TCGE Board of Advisors chairman; Principal Chief Patrick Lambert; Tribal Council Chairman Bill Taylor; and Vice Chief Richard G. Sneed. (SCOTT MCKIE B.P./One Feather)

Nearly 52,000 square feet, the bowling complex will house:

  • 24 bowling lanes
  • Full service dining serving two meals daily;
  • Eight lanes on the second floor available to guests 21 and older and will cater to group events and parties.
  • Ground floor of the bowling complex will provide a family-friendly bowling experience with on-lane dining and cater to all ages and skill levels of bowlers.
  • The Game Center, a cashless redemption arcade for all ages, offering approximately 50 of the latest arcade games.

“We are honored to bring the UltraStar Multi-tainment Center experience to the Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort and to North Carolina,” said Adam Saks, president of Dynamic Entertainment Group, LLC. “Our vision has and always will be to make the UltraStar Multi-tainment Center brand the gold standard of entertainment experiences. Our new complex at Harrah’s Cherokee will bring residents and visitors exactly the kind of convenient entertainment options they’re looking for in a completely state-of-the-art facility.”

The groundbreaking for the Bowling Center facility took place July 19, 2016 and is scheduled to open its doors to the public sometime in September 2017.

– Harrah’s Cherokee