Bowling for a Business
RENEE MONTAGNE, host:
Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne.
The owner of a bowling alley in North Dakota has decided he wants out of the business. So he's holding a tournament. The prize? The bowling alley itself. For a $250 entry fee, Star City Lanes could be yours. The owner is expecting $150,000 in entry fees. But you don't have to be a good to win the tournament. The building, and all its contents, will go to the contestant who bowls closest to his or her average.
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