Sometimes an outside impartial view can make a critical difference.  Ken brings a unique set of skills: financial accounting, cost analysis, budgeting, writing business plans and feasibility studies, financing, operational analysis from the basis of an owner as well from an outsider’s perspective, plus thirty years of negotiating real estate transactions.

In addition to consulting with bowling proprietors, Ken has written articles on bowling for Bowling Center Management magazine, International Bowling Industry magazine, and RMA (a magazine devoted to bank credit managers) in addition to speaking on bowling business matters at Bowl Expo, the East Coast Bowling Centers convention, and the West Coast Bowling convention.  He has also advised banks on the operation of bowling centers under a receiver, the sale of troubled or foreclosed bowling centers plus negotiating revised terms to allow a center to overcome short-term cash flow problems.