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Advice for Planning the Perfect Work Outing

With summer months approaching, days are getting a little slower in the workplace. It’s hard to be productive when the work slows down which means it’s the perfect time to plan your next work outing! Great team work comes with great team bonding – so it’s time to plan an outing. Planning can be a […]

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Summer Activities in Boston

We’re in the midst of finals and the end of the semester for college students which means it’s almost summer time in Boston. For those of you who live here or just visiting, here is your guide to the best summer activities!   Kayaking on the Charles Want an epic view of the Boston skyline? […]

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This is Why We’re Excited for Opening Day

In lieu of the Red Sox Opening Day on Monday, here are 10 reasons why you should be excited! It’s officially spring time in Boston, which means summer is just around the corner! Opening Day is a landmark event that reminds us warm days are on the way. Whether it’s warm or not on Opening […]

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Mid-Winter Check-In

Now that January, a historically abysmal month for tanning, playing bocce and organizing backyard luaus, is upon us we at Jillian’s would like to proffer some ideas to help you pass the time as we enter winter’s astronomical midway point in our journey around that massive, scorching ball of hot gas we call the sun. […]

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Bowling Tips for the New Year

The impending New Year frequently begets resolutions. In case you are one of the many who are dedicated to improving their bowling skills in 2017, here are some tips below to keep in mind: Take a very short first step. Taking a short first step will help you to maintain your balance in the approach; […]

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Free Bowling with Mustaches in November

Truly splendid, amazingly delightful events happen in the month of November: there is football Sundays, Mondays and Thursdays; we have Thanksgiving, which henceforth means mashed potatoes, gravy, turkey and a prime opportunity to overindulge in edible delicacies without feeling too bad about yourself. November is also the month in which we strive to bring attention to men’s general health […]

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Thank You, Big Papi

Jillian’s has stood in the shadows of Fenway Park for decades. We’ve seen a lot of professional athletes come and go over the years, many who have passed through these halls to bowl, play pool and attend charity events. This October is like many other former Octobers, but it is also unlike many of its […]

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Boston: Is It the Best College Town?

We’re weighing in… “I’m shipping up to Boston” has a whole new meaning come September 1st. If you’re a current college student in the city, you’ve probably been counting down the days till move in day. If you’re starting your freshman year in Boston, get ready to discover all the city has to offer. There’s […]

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7 Common Event Planning Mistakes

Planning a Larger scale event is no small task, even a small birthday party can be a challenge. These events can take weeks or months to plan correctly. Don’t fall victim to these common mistakes when planning your next soiree. (Disclaimer: Some of these mistakes are geared towards large scale events) Not setting a budget […]

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Planning a Bachelorette Bash

With warm weather upon us, brides are getting ready to say “I do” at their summer weddings. Before the big day there is one crucial event that cannot be missed, the Bachelorette Party. Every bride needs the last fling before the ring. It’s the last time to go all out while the bride is still “single.” […]

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