• February Member Spotlight-Lincoln Lanes

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    February Member Spotlight:
    Lincoln Lanes
    Lincoln Lanes is a family-owned business that has been operated by Ed Zuzak since 2005. The business has been located on Route 30 in Latrobe, PA since it was established in 1958. The building holds 20 full-length bowling lanes along with a snack bar, front desk, lockers, a full-service pro shop, and multiple video arcade games. Ed Zuzak is the owner of the business with the support from his wife Marlene and 2 kids Eddie and Kaylee.
    Ed loves to be involved in many different ways throughout the local community by holding fundraisers, school events, and tournaments. Some of the fundraisers hosted at the lanes include one for the American Cancer Society and Bowling for DARCee. Ed also volunteers as the head coach for the Greater Latrobe High School bowling team. The high school team has both a boys and girls team that competes against other local high school teams to advance in both team and singles events. Besides the high school team, the Greater Latrobe’s three elementary schools also host an after-school bowling program with a session in both the fall and spring semesters. Along with those activities, there are many leagues all week with at least one league every night of the week. Some of the leagues are senior leagues during the day on Wednesdays and Fridays, a youth league on Saturday mornings, and adult leagues every day. Even though that may seem like a lot, there is still plenty of time for open play throughout the days.
    Outside of bowling, Ed likes to support other local businesses by advertising for them on the monitors above each lane and shop at/support local businesses whenever possible. Ed notes that the benefits of being a chamber member, including being advertised on their website and making connections with other local businesses, are valuable resources for businesses like Lincoln Lanes.
    Lincoln Lanes has been a chamber member since Ed joined when he bought the business in 2005

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