Family owned and operated since 1961, they are one of New Jersey’s leading bowling and recreation centers offering fun and entertainment for all ages in an eco-friendly environment.
John Fatigati, President of Jersey Lanes, is the third generation in his family to run the business following green sustainable practices.
When asked how it feels to help our veterans, John Fatigati replied
“It makes me proud to be in a position to provide help and opportunity to those who serve and have served our country.”
He is very aware of today’s social and environmental issues and his philanthropy continues as Jersey Lanes is also heavily involved with donating services and prizes to countless schools, non-profits and organizations in the local community.
Their Junior Bowling Program is scholarship based, and in the past 20 years, has given out over a half a million dollars in scholarship money. Consisting of local children, the money is used for continuing their education after graduating high school. They also host an annual fundraising challenge where they match dollar for dollar donations to the Veterans Home in Menlo Park.
Jersey Lanes offers bumper bowling for kids, adult and youth leagues, cocktail lounge and bar, snack bar, and a game room in a safe, clean and wholesome entertainment venue for their local community. They welcome corporate events, group events, and other fundraising events.
Personal Interview with John Fatigati
How does helping our veterans and environment make you feel?
What about the Adopt-a-Solar-Panel Program did you find the most interesting?
Please tell us a little about yourself and your background
Please tell us about your company and how you got started
How did you get the background and skills necessary to run this type of business?
Are there any charity or community efforts you would like to mention?
Why do your customers select you over your competitors?