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BOWLING CENTER PLANNED FOR WINE COUNTRY LOCALS

Highway 12 is the highest traffic corridor in California’s Sonoma Valley, and it soon may be home to a new bowling center inside an existing building that’s appropriately named “The Old Bowl Centre.” According to the Sonoma Index-Tribune, Adam and Jenny Kovacs are planning to transform a 5,000-sq.-ft. space in the center into a bowling […]

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ILLINOIS PROPRIETOR BOWLS IN 65th ABC/’OPEN’

United States Bowling Congress Hall of Famer Les Zikes of Palatine, Ill., added another milestone to his resumé on Monday as he became the 11th player in history to reach 65 years of participation at the USBC Open Championships — the tournament known, for most of his career, as the American Bowling Congress Tournament. The […]

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Cyber Report #943

E-dition No. 943 • Thursday, March 16, 2017 Editor: Bob Johnson (bjibob@aol.com)   Brunswick Brings Bowling to a Truck Stop In an industry first, Brunswick is bringing bowling to a new setting. Much more than a typical truck stop, the new Petro Stopping Center in Columbia, S.C., features Beltline Lanes and Gaming, with 16 Brunswick […]

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PBA BOWLING CHALLENGE ‘PICK THE BALL’ SURVEY RETURNS

Concrete Software is renewing its PBA Bowling Challenge “pick the ball” survey, inviting fans to select the new product-registered ball model they would like to see introduced into the mobile device game. Beginning today, the PBA Bowling Challenge mobile game will list three new ball models for each PBA-participating brand, and ask fans to vote […]

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CHEFS, FOODIES TO HELP AT-RISK GRADE SCHOOLERS

Kings Bowl Lincoln Park will once again become a strike zone for Chicago foodies and sports fans on Sunday, April 30 when former Chicago Bear, Rashied Davis, hosts “Chef Bowl 2017.” Emceed by Ji Suk Yi of ABC 7’s “Windy City Live” and chaired by Chef Tony Priolo of Piccolo Sogno and Nonnina, the event […]

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CENTERS CAN HOST QUALIFIERS FOR 2018 U.S. OPEN

Bowling centers across the country will have the opportunity to host a pre-tournament qualifying event for the 2018 U.S. Open starting in November, and centers also can submit applications to serve as host center for the major tournament. The U.S. Open features a limited field based on the Professional Bowlers Association Tour money list and […]

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LESLIE BOHN NAMED YOUTH VOLUNTEER OF YEAR

Leslie Bohn of Jackson, N.J., wife of PBA and USBC Hall of Famer Parker Bohn III, has been selected to receive the Volunteer of the Year Award by the International Bowling Campus Youth Committee. The award is presented each year to an adult volunteer who displays outstanding efforts to foster, organize and promote certified youth […]

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KERM HELMER AWARD GOES TO JUNIOR TOUR DIRECTOR

David Yamauchi of La Palma, Calif., the executive director of the Junior Amateur Tour in Southern California, has been selected by the International Bowling Campus Youth Committee to receive the Kerm Helmer Horizon Award. The award recognizes leaders in the sport of bowling who have displayed courage, determination and the ability to develop far-reaching programs […]

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March 2017

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