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Case
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Reference no. 9A94J023
Published by: Ivey Publishing
Originally published in: 1994
Version: 1999-09-30
Length: 13 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

The owner/operator of Fleetway Bowling Centre in London, Ontario, is faced with making a decision on whether to introduce a new computerized software program that could combine bowling with the game of bingo. If he decides to go ahead with "Bingo-Bowling", he needs to develop a complete marketing plan to introduce this game to the public. In particular, he must decide whom to target (league/recreational bowlers), what media to choose and whether this opportunity would be financially attractive for Fleetway. Lastly, he wondered how to market the game to a group with weak representation at Fleetway: The University of Western Ontario student market.
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The owner/operator of Fleetway Bowling Centre in London, Ontario, is faced with making a decision on whether to introduce a new computerized software program that could combine bowling with the game of bingo. If he decides to go ahead with "Bingo-Bowling", he needs to develop a complete marketing plan to introduce this game to the public. In particular, he must decide whom to target (league/recreational bowlers), what media to choose and whether this opportunity would be financially attractive for Fleetway. Lastly, he wondered how to market the game to a group with weak representation at Fleetway: The University of Western Ontario student market.

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