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KELLY KULICK “I gave my nieces their first-ever bowling ball. They knew what it was as soon as they lifted up the box. Luckily, the colors were a surprise. I can remember getting my first bowling ball on Christmas Eve. It was a blue-and-white swirled ball. I loved the colors.”


LEANNE HULSENBERG “My best bowling-related gift for Christmas was circa 1978. My family decided to spend Christmas at a cabin in Lake Tahoe, and my parents said that was going to be our Christmas present — playing in the snow, etc. When we woke up Christmas morning, we had presents, and I got a new caramel White Dot bowling ball — and a bag to match, with my name on it! Best Christmas ever!”


JASON BELMONTE “The best gift I ever gave was to a friend of mine who was leaving town to move overseas during school. He was a big bowling fan, even though he didn’t bowl much. I gave him a pin and an old ball and told him if he couldn’t find a bowl to practice in, use these at home. The best gift I ever got for Christmas was a trip to Malaysia and Singapore when I was 16 to compete. It was mum and dad’s way of supporting my dream and giving me a chance to play internationally. Note: This story was typed using #2HANDS.”


HOLIDAY MEMORIES


RANDY WEISS Strollin’ Bowlin’. There are no words; you just have to see it to understand it. Click the video to see Randy Weiss’s favorite Hanukkah gift in action!


STEFANIE NATION “This was given to me by my college coach Pat Costello before I moved to Texas. Definitely one of the coolest bowling themed gifts I have received. It’s a neat ‘puzzle’ that I have never attempted to take apart!”


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