Bowling Alley Owners Meet in Glens Falls, Push for Reopening Plan

A number of bowling alley owners gathered Friday in south Glens Falls, hoping to convince Gov. Andrew Cuomo to allow bowling centers to open.

According to the president of the New York State Bowling Proprietors Association, more than 300 bowling alley operators statewide have been without income for more than four months.

Without any guidance on how, or when to reopen, they’re now at risk of losing even more money from popular fall leagues.

Republican state Sen. Daphne Jordan said yesterday that the bowling industry has lost more than $100M statewide since they were forced to close.