Emmy Awards

The wait is almost over. The 67th Primetime Emmy awards are quickly approaching. On Sunday, September 20th, viewers have the opportunity to tune in to FOX (from 7 pm to 10 pm) to celebrate this season of some of our favorite television hits. The Emmys have a profound tradition for peer recognition in excellent television and media. There are more than 18,500 participant voters each year.

Beginning in 1949, the first Emmy was distributed. However, in 1970, the first Daytime Emmy was created, causing some confusion between the two. Eventually, “primetime” was tacked on to the name to tell the difference between the two ceremonies.

This year’s top honors will be presented by none other than Andy Samberg (Saturday Night Live), and produced by Emmy Award Winning Don Mischer, along with Juliane Hare and Charlie Haykel.

Why tune in to watch the ceremony taking place in Los Angeles?

There are several award ceremonies that credit shows and actors by means of audience appreciation. Fans do matter. However, peer recognition – recognition within the craft of broadcast television – additionally attributes well-deserved credit within the industry, and helps to establish rapport and credibility.

This could be a wonderful opportunity to gather together with family and root for your show favorites. You have the opportunity to make time for your family in more ways than one. After watching your favorite shows and actors get rewarded for their hard work, treat you and your family to a night of fun!

On Wednesday, September 23, take your family to JB’s on 41 for bowling, food, and fun. Enjoy 2 hours of bowling (plus free shoe rental!) in the spectacular Suite 41, play games in the arcade with a $5 game card, win prizes, and eat all the pizza you can eat with a pizza buffet! Enjoy a whole evening of fun for only $9.99 per person.

There are only 40 spots available, so call JB’s to reserve at (414) 281-8200. We’ll see you on the lanes!


Family Fun Night Sep 23