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Bowling with a frozen turkey is even more fun than it sounds

Nov. 17, 2017

Many people have bowled a turkey, but very few have bowled with a turkey.

Many people have bowled a turkey, but very few have bowled with a turkey. If you want to put a holiday slant on this centuries-old game, consider substituting the traditional bowling ball for a frozen turkey. Whether you create your own lane in the snow, use a supermarket aisle, or try it out at a commercial bowling alley, frozen turkey bowling can be a great way to defrost your bird this holiday season.

About the Author

Alexis Gajewski | Senior Content Strategist

Alexis Gajewski has over 15 years of experience in the maintenance, reliability, operations, and manufacturing space. She joined Plant Services in 2008 and works to bring readers the news, insight, and information they need to make the right decisions for their plants. Alexis also authors “The Lighter Side of Manufacturing,” a blog that highlights the fun and innovative advances in the industrial sector. 

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