Georgia Governor Brian Kemp announced in late April that bowling centers could begin to open. As several other states have allowed these centers to reopen, one industry head says new measures will be implemented to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Bowling alleys have altered their operation to meet new safety guidelines so they can open every other lane for families looking to get out of the house.
Ahead of Memorial Day, bars, bowling alleys, and bingo halls are all allowed to be back open with reduced capacity. It is part of Gov. Greg Abbott’s goal to reboot the state’s economy during the coronavirus pandemic. One owner of a decades-old bowling alley is pinning his hopes on customers stopping by his small business this holiday weekend.
As bowling centers around the country begin to implement their reopening plans, your health and well-being remain the top priority. Each bowling center is unique and will decide when to reopen based on all the health and safety information from their state and the federal government.
The 2020 Professional Women’s Bowling Association (PWBA) Tour Championship will take place at the Richmond Raceway Complex for the fourth consecutive year, with national tour sponsor QubicaAMF to build out four lanes for the event.