Monthly Archives: June 2020

Letter to Governor Cuomo

2020-06-19T10:22:46-04:00

Dear Governor Cuomo, I am reaching out to you on behalf of our Long Island Bowling Proprietors that have a responsible plan to open sooner than Phase IV and are asking for your approval to re-open their bowling centers under Phase III.  Our industry is in jeopardy of surviving the shutdown and needs your help now to avoid loss of jobs and revenues for the state of New York. The sport of bowling is enjoyed by 1 out of every 3 New Yorkers and employs thousands of people in our great state. Our large space allows for social distancing and

Letter to Governor Cuomo2020-06-19T10:22:46-04:00

BOWLING IS IN PHASE 4 OF COVID-19 RE-OPENING

2020-06-09T01:20:45-04:00

BOWLING IS IN PHASE 4 OF COVID-19 RE-OPENING Long Island is finally beginning to re-open as we enter Phase 1 in the New York State economic start-up. We are all concerned with our health and hope everyone will adhere to the new normal of wearing masks and social distancing when leaving home. As far are bowling centers re-opening NYS unfortunately has our sport in Phase 4 which means the soonest we can expect any bowling activity is July. Even when centers re-open there will be major restrictions on the number of lanes allowed to be used and the number of

BOWLING IS IN PHASE 4 OF COVID-19 RE-OPENING2020-06-09T01:20:45-04:00

Condolences to Serigano Family

2020-06-08T09:41:06-04:00

Dear LIUSBC Members: This afternoon our hearts go out to the Serigano family. It is with great personal sadness that I must inform you we lost our beloved friend, and LIUSBC Hall of Famer, Mike Serigano. Mike was a prominent face in Long Island bowling over 30 years. Everyone knew Mike as the General Manager of Babylon Bowl and then Coram Country Lanes. His support of bowling tournaments was unprecedented, and he was beloved by his employees and customers. Please keep the entire Serigano family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. With Deepest Sympathy, Anthony Martinez                                                                                                                                L

Condolences to Serigano Family2020-06-08T09:41:06-04:00