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"Brunswick" - 34 Total Result(s)
GOING FOR THE GOLD
In 1988, bowling made its Olympic Village debut. Learn more about this item.
TUNES FOR YOUR LANES
Adding to the fanfare surrounding the new Brunswick Gold Crown line, the company organized a musical performance as part of its grand introduction in 1960. The “Golden Sixties” record captured highlig ...
CELEBRATE NATIONAL BOWLING MONTH
Bowling was in the middle of its golden age in 1960, so a month dedicated to the sport seemed fitting. The first National Bowling Month was held in September of that year, and Brunswick issued promoti ...
KING PIN 300
Brunswick liked to reward good bowlers. The perfect games that earned these lapel pins might have been bowled on a lane featuring the newest in Brunswick technology.
Steve Nagy bowled his 38th perfect game on the second night of the San Jose Open in 1961. The veteran bowler saw a great deal of success in his career, claiming five championship titles during the 195 ...
REGULATING THE PINS
Bowling’s governing bodies regulate the size and shape of all bowling pins used in official competition. Before the Meister Brau Beer league hit the lanes in this 1940s competition, these particular r ...
BRUNSWICK’S MANY PINS
The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company was a dominating force in tenpin bowling, but they also produced pins and equipment for other bowling games. From duckpins to mystery pins, Brunswick had everyone ...
Brunswick understood a thing or two about simple, visual branding. The red Brunswick crown is plainly evident on this battered pin.
BIRTH OF FIVEPIN
Canadian fivepins resemble the rubber ducks of rubber band duckpin, but are taller and thinner. The sport began around 1909 when Toronto tenpin proprietor Tommy Ryan was fielding constant complaints f ...
THIS PIN KEEPS TRACK
The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company has long been a major name in bowling. If nothing else, the company’s success is evident in the vast number of Brunswick King Pins in existence. Just as bowling p ...