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    Default Anybody want to buy a bowling alley?

    I know three for sale. I know their exact locations and conditions. There is no competition nearby any of these places. I would buy any one of these but lack the finances. However my entire life has been around bowling as well as has my familys and I would love to work in one or more of these bowling alleys should they be opened.

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    What part of Mi. are you in.

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    I'm in central Michigan.

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    I hate to say it but bowling is a dyeing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannabepro View Post
    I'm in central Michigan.
    What city are they in? Which houses 4 sale?

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    Quote Originally Posted by manke View Post
    I hate to say it but bowling is a dyeing.
    its nearly impossible to bowl during the week in Pittsburgh unless you are already in a league. bowling is alive and well over here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattmc82 View Post
    its nearly impossible to bowl during the week in Pittsburgh unless you are already in a league. bowling is alive and well over here.
    Wish I could say the same for around here but bowling here is dying
    a slow death it seems. We used to have 24 lanes then it went down
    to 8 lanes in the basement as they closed down the 16 lanes upstairs
    but they added 6 lanes and now we are back up to 14 lanes.

    Back in the day we used to have all 24 lanes full of 4 to 5 people teams
    7 nights per week. Now days we have 2 nights of leagues with 14 lanes
    with 4 person teams on Wednesday nights and on Thursday night we have
    12 lanes with 4 person teams.

    If the new owners hadn't stepped up and bought the center at the very last
    minute we wouldn't even have a center to bowl at as the other owners was
    going to just close the doors and sell of the equipment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattmc82 View Post
    its nearly impossible to bowl during the week in Pittsburgh unless you are already in a league. bowling is alive and well over here.
    What part of Pittsburgh exactly? And what house?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bubba809 View Post
    What part of Pittsburgh exactly? And what house?
    I bowl at Arsenal, Noble, Mt Lebo, Dormont, Great Valley, North Versailles and Forward. Gotta bounce around to get a free lane during winter

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