The ten-pin bowling operator said in its preliminary results it has a target of seven to ten investments in the current year, as well as the opening of one new bowling centre and three mini-golf centres, plus further expenditure in technology.
In the year to 30 September, total revenues increased 8% to £129.9mln, while pre-tax profit jumped 15% to £27.6mln and net debt shrank 16% to £2.1mln.
Management boosted the dividend 13% to 11.93p due to the positive performance, as previously announced.
“We have made a solid start to the new financial year and we expect to make further progress in our ongoing refurbishment programme, investment in technology and continued roll-out of customer innovations,” Stephen Burns, chief executive, said in a release.
“I am confident that we will continue to deliver value for all of our stakeholders.”
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