Party Planning Committee
Laser-tag v.s Bowling
*Pete is a boy, turning 13 years old*
- hanging out with friends/having fun with friends
- battlefield 4 (video-game)
- Bowling is a childhood memory
- Good food (i.e. pepperoni pizza, 7up, chocolate cake. e.t.c.).
Larry's Battlefield (Laser-tag)
It costs $300 for the "battlefield". Then it is $5 per person attending party (30 at minimum, 50 at maximum) and $3 for food for each kid. Also you can pay an extra $10 for a special gun for the birthday-boy. It also costs $50 to rent an improvised fighting vehicle.
The menu of Larry's Battlefield is:
- Cheese pizza/Pepperoni pizza/Vegetarian pizza
- Crazy bread+Merinara sauce
- Chocolate cake&brownies&cupcakes
Barry's Lanes (Bowling)
It is $100 for each lane (Pete needs 4 lanes). There is a kitchen for $150. It costs $5 for each kid (30 at minimum, 50 at maximum) for the food and the bowling shoes. To rent a bowling ball used by Michael Schmidt, a Canadian world's leading ten-pin bowler it costs $70
The menu of Barry's Lanes is:
- Orange/Apple juice
- Vanilla Cake/cookies/cake-pops
Let "k" represent the number of kids attending Pete's party.
MINIMUM: 30 kids
Larry's Battlefield = $600
Barry's Lanes = $770
MAXIMUM: 50 kids
Larry's Battlefield = $760
Barry's Lanes = $870
I think that Pete's parents should spend their money for Larry's Battlefield for the following reasons...
- It has most of Pete's favourite foods.
- Larry's Battlefield costs slightly less than Barry's Lanes
- Pete would have a blast with his friends playing laser-tag
- Most importantly the party will be EPIC