CENTERS IN CALIFORNIA FIGHTING FOR SURVIVAL

Like so many bowling centers in California, historic Bel Mateo Bowl in the San Francisco Bay Area community of San Mateo is fighting for survival because of a prolonged shutdown mandated by Governor Gavin Newsom.

To help the owners and its 30 employees ride it out, a GoFundMe (https://www.gofundme.com/f/save-bel-mateo-bowl) effort has been initiated.

Bel Mateo Bowl is one of the centers formerly owned by the late Rex Golobic, a past President of the Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America.

The plight of centers in Southern California caught the attention of KABC television in Los Angeles, which interviewed proprietor Will Mossontte of Empire Bowl in Redlands and two of that center’s employees, who made the case that bowling centers could operate safely.

View that report here: https://abc7.com/bowling-alley-covid-19-coronavirus-shut-down/6416517/.

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