How The Barstool Fund Helped Rescue This Family-Owned Bowling Center

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What they have, a 38,000-square-foot bowling alley in Wyoming Valley, was built in 1998 after Hurricane Agnes demolished the other facility near the Susquehanna River that started in 1972. Elizabeth and John Chacko Sr., who were 45 and 44 at the time, had just signed the paperwork to start converting the business into their own.

High School Bowlers Adapting To A Season Of Change

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With the COVID-19 pandemic reverberating throughout the sports world, the bowling industry has had to adapt in the past year in never-before-seen ways. Whether it be brand new health and safety protocols, physical changes to bowling centers, or just new rules, bowling centers and bowlers nationwide continue to adjust to the new normal. Fortunately, proprietors have been doing an amazing job of keeping bowling as close to the usual fun and competitive experience as possible, and that cannot be better exemplified than through the steps organizers of High School Bowling Programs are taking across the country.

Go Bowling Rolls Down the Streets of New York City in the Reimagined 94th Annual Macy’s Parade

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Returning for the third year, the sport of bowling took part in the 94th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade® as the amazing size 151 ½ bowling shoes, inflated pins, and bowling ball made their Parade appearance in historic Herald Square Thanksgiving morning.

Magic On 34th Street: The World-Famous Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade® Kicks Off The Holiday Season For Millions Of Television Viewers Watching Safely At Home

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Reinvented to safely keep spectators in New York City at home and families nationwide glued to their televisions, the 94th edition of the iconic event ushers in the holiday season with a televised celebration featuring the Go Bowling Shoes and Balloonicles, giant character balloons, animated floats, incredible street performances, musical acts, and the one-and-only Santa Claus.

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade airs nationwide on NBC and Telemundo on Thursday, November 26, 2020 from 9 a.m. – Noon, in all time zones.