Infinity Bol Merges with PinWorx Bowling International

Infinity Bol, LLC provider of the MiniLane Bowling Attractions has merged forces with PinWorx Bowling International, LLC. This union forms the largest amusement bowling product line in the world.

Steve Hickerson, will be heading PinWorx’s Amusement Bowling Division. Mr. Hickerson is a veteran to the amusement bowling industry; he was instrumental in setting up the sales, service and distribution for Mendes/Bowlingo and the launching of Qubica’s Highway 66.

Troy Schnelle & Doug Wilson of PinWorx Bowling International, LLC and Parent Company Art Attack, states “Joining forces with Infinity positions our organization as the global leader of amusement bowling attractions”.

PinWorx now offers multiple mini bowling models with the entry level price point being more affordable than any other mini bowling system on the market. Custom theme and design packages are available for the complete product line.

The Art Attack family of products now includes:

  • GutterBuster Bumper Bowling
  • MiniLane Midway Bowling
  • AlleyTrax Premier Mini Lanes
  • Balladium Ball Blaster System
  • Art Attack the FEC Experts!
  • Custom Theme & Design Air Brushing
  • Shankz Black Light Mini Golf
  • Time Freak - Race Against Time!
  • SuperKids Play Systems
  • AA Certified Used Equipment

In the weeks to come you can look for more exciting news from the FEC experts Art Attack /PinWorx. The company will be attending the East Coast Bowling Centers Convention Oct 11-12 in Atlantic City, N.J. As well as IAAPA (International Amusement Parks and Attractions),
November 14-18 in Orlando, FL Art Attack / PinWorx have offices in Central Florida and Edmonton, Alberta. More information available @ or or

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