Now the plan is to expand.
They bought the old Lucky's Bowling Alley and Restaurant here on Tomoka Farms Road and 92 in Daytona Beach, but that's not all they want to offer. They plan on having a shooting range and a restaurant.
Perkinson says,"There will be a lot of youth programs, kids safety classes, classrooms, there will be a lot to do for the entire family is what we're targeting."
Perkinson has had some skeptics contact him concerned about serving alcohol at the restaurant. He says drinking and shooting will not be allowed.
He says, "I'm not promoting drinking at any time much less shooting and drinking."Perkinson says anyone who drinks will be banned from the shooting range for 24 hours. And if you decide to drink after going to the range, you're limited to 3 drinks.
He says, "Anyone at a table with alcohol will be required to scan their drivers license which will void them from the range.Customer Stan Frosbutter likes the idea..
He says, " think it's a great idea, it's like you go out boating you go have some lunch and a beer I think it's a great idea. They've got great plans to keep control of it."The plan will go before the city's planning committee Thursday nightfor discussion. The Daytona City Council is expected to vote on the issue in August.