BIG AL’S TO HOST PEP RALLY

When:
March 27, 2019 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
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Where:
Big Al's
27 Ranch Drive
Milpitas
Cost:
Free

BIG AL’S TO HOST PEP RALLY AS AN INTRODUCTION TO THE COMMUNITY BEFORE GRAND OPENING.
An outdoor celebration will bring FUN to Silicon Valley.

Big Al’s Silicon Valley to host Pep Rally, outdoors on their Courtyard on Wednesday, March 27, 2019 from 2-6PM, in anticipation of their Grand Opening May 2019.

Big Al’s is a premier Sports Bar, Entertainment Center, and Corporate Event Space that features upscale bowling, Arcade filled with the latest and greatest in gaming, Sports Bar with stadium seating, 55-foot HD projection screen, massive Boardroom with parlor games, and outdoor space with gas fireplace and games.

“This Pep Rally gives us the chance to meet our neighbors and interact with the community,” explained Thomas V. King, Big Al’s Food & Beverage Director. “We’ve collaborated with some of our key partners including, Red Bull, Azunia Tequila, and Sysco to really make this BIG!”

This event is open to the public with no entry fee. Kids of all ages are welcome to attend. Big Al’s Silicon Valley will be providing food, drinks, prizes, FUN, and more. The community is encouraged to come out and join the festivities at Big Al’s Silicon Valley located at 27 Ranch Drive, Milpitas, CA 95035.

ABOUT BIG AL’S

Big Al’s is the premier family-owned Entertainment Destination in the Northwest with locations in Vancouver, WA, Beaverton, OR, Meridian, ID, and Ontario, CA. Integrated in to the fabric of local communities and with over 66,000 SQFT of the latest arcade games, 42 bowling lanes, and the region’s largest HD projection screen (55’!) as the focal point in the stadium-style Sports Bar & Grill, Big Al’s appeals to families, sports enthusiasts, event planners and anyone looking for a great time with great food in a contemporary NW-style atmosphere. Perfectly suited for large groups, Big Al’s is also a favorite of corporate event planners, sports teams, community groups, and high schools. More information can be found online at ILoveBigAls.com.