Between Peeps, Cadbury Eggs, chocolate bunnies and a slew of mini-candy bars, it’s no wonder that confectionary sales in the U.S. are projected at $2.26 billion, up 4% from 2013. That 4% increase is likely due to the three extra weeks of marketing, due to the late Easter this year, but, even still, $2.26 billion is a lot of candy.
Even if you’re one of the 78% of Americans who buys Easter candy and shares with family, friends, and colleagues, you’re likely to be consuming a few too many Peeps this weekend. That’s OK—after all, Easter candy is a long-standing tradition, just like coloring eggs and posing with the Easter bunny for pictures. But when the sugar levels threaten to overwhelm, come to JB’s on 41 and find a positive activity to burn off all that energy.
Our “Red Pin Egg-travaganza” gives you an opportunity for extra prizes. If a Red Pin appears at the front of the ten pins and you roll a strike, go to the front counter and claim your colored prize egg. Egg prizes include JB’s on 41 game cards, extra game room tickets, pizzas, appetizers, drink options and more.
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