Archive | April, 2017

Kegel Promotes Sims to Director of Coaching Technology

Kegel has announced the promotion of Brent Sims to Director of Coaching Technology. With the recent addition of the Torch and SPECTO to Kegel’s product line and the company’s advancements in researching, developing and releasing new coaching tools, the need for a leader of this division presented itself. Sims had been working as Training Center […]

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Northwest Proprietor Mike Gubsch to Be Honored

Seattle area proprietor Mike Gubsch of West Seattle Bowl will be inducted into the Greater Seattle USBC Hall of Fame on Friday, May 12. Gubsch and partner Andy Carl have operated West Seattle Bowl since 1993. Previously, Gubsch and partner Eddie Ressler ( PBA member) operated 20th Century Bowling in Bellingham, Wash.

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Jason Belmonte Signs With Logo Infusion

Logo Infusion has announced the addition of 14-time PBA champion and eight-time major winner Jason Belmonte to the company’s National Staff. Logo Infusion is a dye-sublimated apparel manufacturer based in Las Vegas. Founded in 2008, the company has focused on providing quality products at competitive prices while offering a turnaround time that the company says […]

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May 2017

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USBC Unveils ‘Challenge’ Lane Condition

USBC has established a new designation for leagues competing on lane conditions that fall between Standard and Sport conditions. The new Challenge lane condition designation and conversion chart was determined based on research of leagues conducted under a Sport/Challenge designation, as well as leagues competing on Blue lane conditions. Recent research showed a discrepancy for […]

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New USBC Certification Procedures to Put Focus on Lanes

Is it the lanes or is it the balls? That’s the question that always comes up when discussions turn to the scoring explosion in bowling. In a move that seems certain to ignite a firestorm of debate on social media, the United States Bowling Congress this morning put the focus on lanes — in particular, […]

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New ‘Dust Bowl’ Project Is Back on Track

The third Dust Bowl Lanes and Lounge was scheduled to open last year in Little Rock, Ark., joining locations in Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Okla. But now the project is back on track, with a building permit issued for the former American Legion building on Little Rock’s Capitol Avenue. To view an architectural rendering, go […]

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1st Alabama Stars and Strikes Eyes September Opening

A September opening is planned for what will be the 10th location of Stars and Strikes , and the first in Alabama. The company has broken ground on a site in Huntsville for a 54,000-sq.-ft. facility that will house 24 lanes, an arcade, a two-level laser tag arena, plus other attractions. The company pegged the […]

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Main Event Opens New Location in Indianapolis

Main Event Entertainment, the nation’s fastest-growing bowling-anchored dining and entertainment destination, has opened its first center in Indianapolis center. Indy is the 32nd Main Event location and the latest of seven centers set to open across the nation in 2017. Additional centers are now under construction in Pittsburgh, Pa.; Humble, Texas; Gilbert, Ariz.; North Kansas […]

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