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Andrew Cain re-elected as USBC President

Andrew Cain, three-time member of Team USA (2002, 2003, 2005) and member of Junior Team USA in 2001, was re-elected as President of the United States Bowling Congress (USBC) and its Board of Directors. As well, Frank Wilkinson of Staten Island, N.Y., will serve as vice president of USBC for the 2013-2014 season. Cain, a long-time bowler and Wilkinson, owner of Rab’s Country Lanes will both be starting new, three-year terms with the USBC Board, however the positions of President and Vice President are for only one-year.

“I appreciate the confidence and support of the board, and I am excited to serve another year,” Cain told Bowl.com.

“USBC will be moving forward and embracing change as we strive toward our vision of being the leading authority servicing the needs of bowling as a more effective governing body. The strategy and decisions ahead will be driven by a focus to protect and nurture our sport, so bowling has a vibrant future with more people inspired to participate.”

Also, according to bowlmedia.com, Wilkinson, chairman of the USBC Youth Committee, recently was re-appointed to the board by the Youth Committee. Ray Baty of Wichita, Kan., also will serve on the USBC board as a Youth Committee representative, filling a vacated term through 2015. In addition to Baty, Wilkinson, and Cain, four other members were elected on to the USBC Board. 

Go to BOWL.com/board to learn more about the current USBC Board of Directors.

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