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Reno Wants to Keep on Bowling
Reno Wants to Keep on Bowling

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AIR DATE: July 13, 2011

Reno has been one of the popular sites for the Professional Bowling Open and Women's Championship tournaments.  And, they'd like to keep it that way.  These tournaments generate tens of millions of dollars for the local economy.  But, it looks like a group in Orlando, Florida wants to take some of that business by building a new bowling stadium to attract more tournaments.  We hear from the Reno-Sparks Convention and Visitors Authority about why bowling must stay in Reno.

 


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