Love at first strike: Couple seek to put their spin on southside Oklahoma City bowling center
9 days ago - By News OK
By David Dishman Business Writer ddishman oklahoman.com A shared love for the sport of bowling led to the introduction of Tim and Kim Denny, and the continued love for the sport is leading the now-married couple into a new business venture in Oklahoma City.
The Dennys recently purchased Holiday Lanes Bowling Center at 44 SE 44.
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