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Topic - George Fritz
"We were renovating a home with a long and wide corridor in the basement and chatting about how it would make a great bowling alley," Mr. Fritz said. "The homeowners thought it would be fun, so we tracked down a company that takes out older equipment that is still functional from bowling alleys that are upgrading. They set up the bowling alley with some old and some new parts."
"People put a lot of things in their homes that they think they will use and then don't, but most of the people who add sports facilities really use them," said George Fritz, chief operating officer of Horizon Builders in Crofton,Md. "People are trying to provide something their kids will really want to use and to create a place where they can build a strong family."