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DOG IN TRAINING: Turbo President, Lori Mraz, said, “Romeo loves to hang out in our training center, and could run up and down the side of the lane all day chasing balls.”


EVERYTHING BOWLING, ALL THE TIME TOUCH FOR VIDEO


CANINE KEGLER


TURBO 2-IN-1 GRIPS POSTS VIDEO OF ‘HEAD GUARD DOG,’ ROMEO, LIGHTING UP THE LANES IN THE COMPANY TRAINING FACILITY. //////////////////////////////////////


The Turbo 2-In-1 Grips training facility in


Chesterfield, Mich., is a place for serious bowlers. It turns out to be a place for serious dogs, too. The company posted a video to its Facebook page on March 23 in which its “Mascot/Head Guard Dog,” Romeo, is said to be “getting some time in on the lanes preparing for the Open Championships in El Paso.” If the video evidence of Romeo’s practice session is any indication, Romeo appears poised to make a serious, uh-hem, run up the leader- boards. He also appears to approach his role


as Head Guard Dog with all the energy such an esteemed position demands. Turbo President, Lori Mraz, said, “Romeo loves to hang out in our training center, and could run up and down the side of the lane all day chasing balls.” Watch as Chris Sand, Turbo’s National Sales


Manager, throws bowling balls down the lane, much to the chagrin of Romeo, who scrambles up the approach and then runs the full length of the lane beside the pair as the ball sails toward the pins. Jordan Vanover, Turbo’s Midwest Re- gional Sales Manager, filmed the video evidence of Romeo’s intense practice regimen. Romeo, apparently, is not the only canine


devoted to working on his game. Team USA vet- eran and 2005 USBC Queens champion, Tennelle Milligan, chimed in with a Facebook comment to note that her Boston Terrier, Alley, “wants to come play with Romeo.” Canine keglers, unite!


CAN WE BE FRIENDS? Tennelle Milligan’s Boston Terrier, “Alley,” who reportedly is “eager to come play with Romeo.”


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