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Welcome the Bowling Centers Association Of Wisconsin

The BCAW formed in 1941, and was incorporated in 1946 with the vision to organize and serve Wisconsin bowling Centers.

BCAW Vision: It is the vision of BCAW to drive a growing prosperous industry. It is the mission of BCAW to enhance the profitability of its members.

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BCAW IS HIRING!

BCAW has an immediate opening on our office team. We are looking to hire a program administrator to join our team. This part-time (20-25 hours per week) position offers flexible work hours during our core service hours of Monday through Friday, 8:30a to 4:30p. The ideal candidate will have a passion for bowling and familiarity with BCAW member services and programs including the Grand Prix Scholarship Program and High School Bowling Club. Please review the job description here for a more thorough overview of the position to include the desired skills, abilities and experiences we seek.

Salary is competitive. While there is no medical/dental insurance offered, BCAW employees do enjoy a nice array of employee benefits upon eligibility. Interested applicants are encouraged to submit a cover letter and current resume to BCAW Executive Director Yvonne Bennett (YBennettCAE@aol.com) no later than July 17, 2015. Please be sure to include your salary history and requirements in your cover letter. This position will remain open until filled.

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Build A Better Youth Program!
BCAW wants to help you Build Your Youth Program and we're offering four evening seminars in August.
Monday, August 3rd, Alpine Lanes, Muskego 6:30-9:00pm
Wednesday, August 5th, Ledgeview Lanes, Fond du Lac 6:30-9:00pm
Thursday, August 6th, Village Lanes, Green Bay 6:30-9:00pm
Monday, August 10th, Dream Lanes, Madison 6:30-9:00pm

The seminars will be focused on how to recruit more youth bowlers, retain more of your current youth bowlers and group discussion how to run a better youth program. Bob Maki from our office will facilitate the discussion. Maki has experience running youth programs at a large center and a smaller center. Maki also worked for YABA. We're confident you will take away ideas you can implement that help you add bowlers to your program and maintain more of your current bowlers. Please download the Build a Better Youth Program and pick the seminar that works best for you and your youth coordinator and or coaches to attend.

Download The Build A Better Youth Program Flyer Here

BCAW would like to welcome all of the new member centers for 2015:

Club 53 Bar & Lanes Amery
AMF Bowlero Wauwatosa
AMF West Milwaukee
Cedars III Cedarburg
Chet & Emil's  Birnamwood
Country Lanes Franklin
Eagle Lanes Eagle River
Hortonville Lanes  Hortonville
Lakeshore Lanes Shawano
Leisure Time Sports Bar & Bowl Prairie du Chien
Lucky Lanes Milwaukee
Marion Rec Center Marion
Nordic Lanes  Westby
Paper City Lanes Mosinee
Richie's UP UR Lanes Mayville
Riviera Lanes West Allis
Root River Center Franklin
Sparetime Bowl Bar & Grill Turtle Lake
Tolly's Alleys Portage
Woodruff Lanes Woodruff
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