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      May 08, 2001:

-PBA and ESPN Announce New Exclusive Agreement; PBA Also Adding Significant Increase to Prize Fund

05/08/2001 - PBA
      SEATTLE, WA - The Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) announced today an exclusive, long-term television agreement with ESPN. The three-year deal, with a three-year option, is part of a renewal for programming that also includes PBA promotional spots to air on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNEWS and ESPN Classic.

      "The new element of PBA promotions airing across the ESPN entities will positively impact our fans," said Ian Hamilton, PBA Commissioner. "Our viewers will now be guided to follow a consistent schedule which we believe is paramount."

      The deal will give the PBA a consistent schedule of programming that it has not had since their deal with ABC Sports ended in 1997. ESPN will provide live coverage of 20 regular season events and four to six summer telecasts, all on Sundays or Tuesdays. The PBA has been televised on the network consistently since 1985 and exclusively since Fall, 2000.

      "ESPN and the PBA have had a long and successful history and we look forward to building our relationship with them," said Steve Risser, ESPN Vice President of Programming. "The more consistent days and start times will establish a regular viewing pattern for fans across the country. We're excited to add the summer tour telecasts to the schedule in addition to their regular season tour stops, serving bowling fans throughout the year."

      In addition, the PBA announced a 139% increase to its overall prize fund for the 2001-2002 season, from $1.8 million (fall 2000/winter 2001) to $4.3 million. The increase will allow the PBA to drastically improve prize money given to the top finishers as well as payout to a larger number of participants in each tournament.

Prize Money Breakdown:

      Prize Money awarded to PBA National Tournament participants has doubled for this upcoming season. Here is the new breakdown of prize money for each of the 20 tournaments for the 2001-2002 PBA season.

Standard Tournaments (18 total):

Place, Quantity, Amount, Total
1, 1, $40,000, $40,000
2, 1, 20,000, 20,000
3-4, 2, 10,000, 20,000
5-8, 4, 5,000, 20,000
9-16, 8, 3,500, 28,000
17-32, 16, 2,250, 36,000
33-64, 32, 1,000, 32,000

Total Prize Fund: $196,000

Tournament Of Champions:

Place, Quantity, Amount, Total
1, 1, $100,000, $100,000
2, 1, 50,000, 50,000
3-4, 2, 20,000, 40,000
5-8, 4, 10,000, 40,000
9-16, 8, 5,000, 40,000
17-32, 16, 3,000, 48,000

Total Prize Fund: $318,000

PBA National Championship:

Place, Quantity, Amount, Total
1, 1, $120,000, $120,000
2, 1, 50,000, 50,000
3-4, 2, 20,000, 40,000
5-8, 4, 10,000, 40,000
9-16, 8, 5,000, 40,000
17-32, 16, 3,000, 48,000
33-64, 32, 1,000, 32,000
64-128, 64, 500, 32,000

Total Prize Fund: $402,000


Left - right: Steve Chopper Sedahl (Steve Sedahl) and Wally Hotvedt (Rich Kronfeld). Photo courtesy of: Comedy Central.

-Comedy Central Sports Scores A Strike

05/08/2001 - Comedy Central
      NEW YORK - From the heart of the Mid-West comes a sport so hot only COMEDY CENTRAL Sports can present it bowling! "People's Court" meets "Bowling for Dollars" in the new sports series, "Let's Bowl," premiering on Sunday, August 19 at 10:30 p.m. Competitors with a score to settle join hosts Wally and Chopper, as they battle for such prizes as used cars, microwave ovens or a brand new chainsaw!

      "Let's Bowl," which originally aired on a local Minnesota affiliate, has rolled its way onto COMEDY CENTRAL, following the path of another Minnesota-based hit, "Mystery Science Theater 3000." Taped in Minneapolis, Minnesota, this half-hour comedy/variety bowling show recruits two ordinary people that have a "beef" to settle who compete against each other for semi-valuable prizes.

      "Let's Bowl" derives its humor from the banter of Wally and Chopper, the play-by-play commentators. Clad in blue polyester blazers and oversized headsets (both circa 1970), "Steve 'Chopper' Sedahl" (Steve Sedahl) and "Wally Hotvedt" (Rich Kronfeld) provide the play-by-play commentary in a back-and-forth volley of humor and analysis. Straightman Steve "Chopper" Sedahl is an old school bowling commentator who keeps the action going with his useful and steady insight. In contrast, Wally Hotvedt, a paranoid, neurotic, uninformed color man, breaks every rule of sports broadcasting, including laughing at the contestants when they miss and incessantly whining over his own personal problems.

      Each episode of "Let's Bowl" features two bowlers who are picked to compete against each other in a standard 10 frame bowling competition with slightly varied rules. At anytime during the match, a Polka-dotted bowling pin will appear in the headpin position. This engages the "Polka Frame," where the bowler has one chance to get a strike. If the bowler gets a strike, they win a prize, such as $500 of Polish Sausage from a local meat market. At the end of the show, the victorious bowler wins semi-glamorous prizes like a used car or a few thousand dollars worth of scratch and dent furniture.

      "Let's Bowl" also features "Inside Bowling," a sketch comedy segment that explores various topics connected to bowling (some admittedly more connected than others). A past segment on "How to Dispose of a Old Bowling Ball" showed Chopper and Wally getting rid of their balls in unconventional and highly illegal ways such as by throwing it in a ditch, flushing it down a Port-O-Potty or mailing it to Wally?s ex-wife.

      Also featured on "Let's Bowl" are "The Queen Pins," played by Amanda Brewer (the blonde) and Audrey Crabtree (the brunette). "The Queen Pins" stand at the very end of the alley on either side of the bowling lane performing synchronized movements to welcome the bowling ball down the lane and crashing into the pins. Music to bowl by is provided by keyboard player Ernie Jensen (ex-organist for the Minnesota North Stars), who interjects musical riffs to accentuate the action much like as at a hockey game.

      10 episodes of "Let's Bowl" have been ordered. "Let's Bowl" was created by Tim Scott and is produced by Scott and Rich Kronfeld. Mike Maddocks is the executive in charge of production for COMEDY CENTRAL.

      COMEDY CENTRAL, the only all-comedy network is currently available in over 72 million homes nationwide. COMEDY CENTRAL, a registered trademark of Comedy Partners, is a 50-50 joint venture of Time Warner Entertainment Company and Viacom.


-Oregon Bowler Rolls 900 Series

05/08/2001 - PBA
      James Hylton, a 28-year-old right-hander from Salem, Ore., became the fifth person to roll an American Bowling Congress-approved 900 series May 2.

      Hylton rolled three consecutive 300 games on the opening night of the summer Wednesday Super Bowl League at AMF Firebird Lanes.

      "It's something you never dream of," Hylton said. "You dream about 300 games and 800 series but not 900. "I wasn't going to bowl that night because I was tired from a long week of bowling and work," said the full-time construction worker and part-time AMF Firebird Lanes security guard. "I was going to relax to start the summer season. You obviously don't expect 900 on the first night or any night for that matter."

      Hylton's previous high ABC approved series was 823. He has seven ABC approved 800s and 10 previous 300s.

      Hylton joins Jeremy Sonnenfeld, Tony Roventini, Vince Wood and Robby Portalatin with 900 series. Sonnenfeld rolled his Feb. 2, 1997 in Lincoln, Neb. Roventini had his in suburban Milwaukee on Nov. 9, 1998. Wood rolled his Sept. 29, 1999 in Moreno Valley, Calif. Portalatin had his Dec. 28, 2000 in Jackson, Mich.


-Edwards Named Junior Team USA Head Coach; Will Take Over Adult Team USA After 2003

05/08/2001 - Bowling Headquarters
      Jeri Edwards, a current TEAM USA assistant coach from Akron, Ohio, has been appointed to the newly-created USA Bowling position of head coach of the Junior TEAM USA.

      As part of the USA Bowling Board of Trustees' decision, she will become head coach of the adult TEAM USA when current head coach Fred Borden retires after the conclusion of the 2003 USA Bowling year.

      "This was one of the easiest policy decisions we have ever been presented," said USA Bowling President Kevin Dornberger. "While it's difficult to think about losing someone like Fred Borden, we were fortunate to have a great coach ready to move in at the right time. Sometimes, you just know things are going to come together the right way and this is one of those times."

      "She has more than 20 years of experience and has put in a lot of hours for TEAM USA," Borden said. "She has the knowledge, patience and communication skills for the job. She is good with people. Combined, these attributes will make Jeri a great coach."

      Edwards, a TEAM USA assistant coach since 1991, began her bowling career as a youth outside Chicago. Her family participated in many sports as a family activity but particularly enjoyed bowling.

      Her bowling interest continued into high school as she and a few schoolmates started a school bowling team. Bowling became a letter sport in her senior year with her team earning the state title and Edwards claiming many individual awards.

      Edwards continued her education at Penn State University where she pursued a degree in marketing while working and bowling. She worked summers for Professional Bowling Camps and bowled on the Ladies Professional Bowlers Association (now Professional Women's Bowling Association) tour, winning the Greater Atlanta Open in 1990 after graduation. Edwards later moved to Akron where she went to work for Borden at his Stonehedge Lanes.

      "Working with TEAM USA is different than anything else," Edwards said. "Just to be a part of the program, no matter what position you are in, is a great experience."


-ABC/Brunswick World Team Challenge Grand Championship Moves To Las Vegas

05/08/2001 - Bowling Headquarters
      Making its first visit to Las Vegas, the American Bowling Congress/Brunswick World Team Challenge 2001 Grand Championship will be conducted Nov. 5-7 at the Castaways Hotel, Casino & Bowling Center.

      In its ninth season, the Team Challenge Grand Championship will feature the 15 U.S. qualifying tournament winners who earn airfare and lodging for the Grand Championship.

      All Team Challenge qualifiers and the Grand Championship combine traditional five-player competition with Baker Scoring System match play. The Baker System requires each member of the team to roll two frames in one game to combine for one score. The winner of the Grand Championship is bowling's match play team champion.

      Since its inception in 1992, the Team Challenge has provided ABC members with an innovative team bowling experience and the opportunity to compete for thousands of dollars in prize money through prize funds and bracket play. Over the years, the Team Challenge also has been a proving ground for many of today's pro stars such as Chris Barnes, Pat Healey Jr., Rudy Kasimakis, Doug Kent and Mika Koivuniemi.

      Prior to the start of the 2001 season, ABC implemented several rule and format changes intended to create a more competitive balance and return the focus of the event to the grassroots scratch league bowler. Halfway through the 2001 season, there are several new teams that earned berths in the Grand Championship. Of the eight teams that have already qualified, five will be making their first Grand Championship appearances.

      "Several events remain on the 2001 schedule, so there's still time for teams to experience the unique Team Challenge format," said Tournament Director Tom Boedecker. "Our goal was to create a format that would provide more teams the opportunity to win it all and it appears that we have accomplished that."

      Schedule, format and prize fund for the Grand Championship will be announced later. For entry information contact Tom Boedecker at (414) 423-3415 or by visit the www.bowl.com Web site.


-Centers Selected For 2004 WIBC Tournament In Wichita, Kan.

05/08/2001 - Bowling Headquarters
      The Women's International Bowling Congress has reached an agreement with Thunderbird Lanes and Northrock Lanes in Wichita, Kan., to serve as host bowling centers for the 85th WIBC Championship Tournament in 2004.

      The tournament will take place April 15 through June 25, 2004, unless extended. During that two-month period, approximately 45,000 to 50,000 women bowlers are expected to visit the Wichita area. The 2004 event will be the WIBC's first time in Wichita. The tournament, which changes locations each year, has been held in cities nationwide, including: Indianapolis, Reno, Nev., and Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

      The first WIBC Championship Tournament was held in St. Louis, in 1916, the same year WIBC was founded. Since that time, WIBC has grown into the world's oldest and largest women's sports membership organization with more than 1.4 million members.

      "WIBC is excited to host its first Championship Tournament in Wichita," said WIBC Executive Director Roseann Kuhn. "Our members will truly enjoy the Wichita area, its great bowling centers and its wonderful people. We look forward to working with the Wichita Women's Bowling Association, the two bowling centers and the Wichita Convention and Visitors Bureau, to make this event a great success."

      The WIBC Championship Tournament attracts bowlers from every state and Canada. The event also has included international participants from such countries as Bermuda, Japan, Puerto Rico and Saudi Arabia.


-Bowling, Inc. Board of Directors Holds Quarterly Meeting In Florida

05/08/2001 - Bowling Headquarters
      The quarterly business meeting of the Bowling, Inc. (BI) Board was held April 28-29 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Participants included executives from the American Bowling Congress, Bowling Proprietors' Association of America, Women's International Bowling Congress, AMF, Brunswick, USA Bowling, Young American Bowling Alliance and the Multi-Unit Bowling Information Group (MUBIG) as the BI Board continued its efforts to forge partnerships with its business partners and industry leaders.

      The Board also welcomed the Professional Women's Bowling Association and Professional Bowlers Association as industry participants for the first time at this industry forum.

      Additionally, the Strike Ten Entertainment Board of Directors conducted its quarterly business meeting.

      Following are the major highlights from the Bowling, Inc. meeting:

Single Membership Organization: Therese Abair, project manager for the Single Membership Organization Task Force, presented a comprehensive review of the concept developed by SMOTF and subsequent feedback received at the recent ABC and WIBC Annual Meetings. Feedback from all interested individuals will be collected during the next few months. This will be the basis for a revised proposal, which will be presented to the ABC, WIBC and YABA boards in the fall.

After receiving the report on the Single Membership Organization, the Board reconfirmed its support for a Single Membership Organization. In addition, the Board decided it would be appropriate to evaluate BI's role in an SMO. As a result, the Board will address this topic at its annual planning session to be held in conjunction with its July meeting.

Roundtable Discussions/Industry Updates: In the spirit of striving to live the BI mission of "providing the leadership and strategic direction" for the industry, the Board received updates from each of its industry partners. Senior executives from AMF, ABC, BPAA, Brunswick, MUBIG, PBA, PWBA, USA Bowling, WIBC and YABA each discussed the "state of their business" -- both current highlights and future focus. The industry information presented in this forum again proved invaluable in fulfilling one of BI's organizing principles which is "an industry that thinks and acts in unison."

Strike Ten Entertainment: Dick Corley and Frank DeSocio, STE's Chairman & President respectively, presented a status report on the industry's marketing initiatives. Results of the Post Cereal/Cartoon Network promotion were presented which indicated that almost 4,000 bowling centers participated in the Post Cereal coupon redemption and the Cartoon Network leagues attracted more than 42,000 new youth bowlers. This has been one of the most successful promotions in recent years. Plans for future promotions and sponsorships were also discussed.

Technology Review: Tim Payne, Chief Information Officer, presented his annual review of the state of technology at Bowling Headquarters. His report clearly demonstrated the investment in technology over the past several years has reduced the cost of processing transactions and provided an infrastructure for growth in the future. The report highlighted the fact we have been able to shift our human resources from "pushing paper" to executing strategic initiatives such as National Fulfillment, Sport Bowling, Regional and National processing and the National Bowling Database with no increase in staff.

      Our Web site, Bowl.com, has experienced unprecedented growth during the past year with more than two million page views per month and growing.

      The ability for league secretaries to post their standing sheets for immediate access by their bowlers has been a particular success.

Olympic Effort Task Force: Kevin Dornberger, President of USA Bowling, updated those present on the status of various initiatives being undertaken to move the sport of bowling ever closer to Olympic recognition.

Plans to have a presence at the winter games in Salt Lake City in 2002 was one of several items discussed.

      As the world of Olympic competition is very complex, the Board requested that an in-depth presentation be made at its July meeting.

Vincennes University: Bowling, Inc. has been working with Vincennes University and other educational institutions to develop a curriculum for individuals who wish to earn a degree in Bowling Center Management. Vincennes has requested BI provide an Advisory Committee as a resource in this effort. The Board endorsed this wholeheartedly and will solicit members to form the committee.

Bowling Gives: The Board discussed the Bowling Gives initiative. Bowling Gives is an umbrella program under which all of the fund-raising and other charitable efforts of the industry can be reported. This initiative has been inactive for several years. Bowling Gives does not approve the charities supported by the various organizations. Rather, it is a central point from which the great story of the giving nature of bowlers can be told to the world. The Board directed that this initiative be reactivated under the auspices of Shared Services and Alan Taylor communications.

Next Board Meeting: The next quarterly BI Board Business Meeting will be held July 25-27 in Milwaukee.

      Direct your comments or inquiries to: Hazel McLeary, Chairman, [email protected], (250) 382-6506 or David Patrick, President & COO, [email protected].


-Dorin-Ballard Sets The Pace For Day One Of Queens Qualifying

05/08/2001 - PWBA
      FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Carolyn Dorin-Ballard averaged 251.6 in her opening five-game block today to launch her campaign for the 2001 WIBC Queens title.

      Dorin-Ballard's 1258 total included games of 289 and 279 and placed her 52 pins ahead of Kim Adler, Merritt Island, Fla., who carded a 1206 score.

      Tacoma, Wash.'s Jeanne Naccarato, who finished second in the 1991 Queens Tournament, rolled the first 300 of this year's event in her opening game this afternoon. Naccarato currently stands fifth in the field of 362 women attempting to qualify. (See attached WIBC media release for more information on Naccarato.)

      The top local bowler after the first round of qualifying is Marcia Kamrowski of Boca Raton, Fla. Kamrowski's 1103 series places her in 11th position.

      All competitors bowl five more games of qualifying Tuesday, beginning at 9 a.m., and the field will be cut to the top 25% following Tuesday night's last squad. The surviving bowlers roll five more games Wednesday morning, after which the field is cut to the top 63 players. Defending Queens champion Wendy Macpherson, Henderson, Nev., will be seeded into the field as the 64th player, and the double-elimination match play phase of the competition begins. The four survivors of the contender's bracket and the lone survivor of the winner's bracket will advance to the TV shootout finals at Sawgrass Lanes Friday, May 11, beginning at 2 p.m. The finals will be broadcast on ESPN2 Monday, May 14, at 7 p.m. with a re-broadcast Thursday, May 17, at 1 p.m. (all times are Eastern Time).

Standings After 5 Games Of Competition, Qualifying Round One
1. Carolyn Dorin-Ballard North Richland Hills, TX - 1258
2. Kim Adler Merritt Island, FL - 1206
3. Kim Terrell Daly City, CA - 1172
4. Kris Hall Rockford, IL - 1164
5. Jeanne Naccarato Tacoma, WA - 1160
6. Anne Marie Duggan Edmond, OK - 1159
7. Brenda Norman Indianapolis, IN - 1124
8. Janette Piesczynski Cheektowaga, NY - 1113
9. Jan Schmidt Rochelle, IL - 1109
10. Maxine Nable Australia,  - 1108
11. Marcia Kamrowski Boca Raton, FL - 1103
12. Lynda Barnes Wichita, KS - 1101
13. Takiko Naganawa Japan,  - 1094
14. Rachel Perez San Marcos, TX - 1090
15. Keli Rapp Fresno, CA - 1089
16. Shannon Reyes San Jose, CA - 1082
17. Kelly Kulick Union, NJ - 1080
17. Michelle Lee Plano, TX - 1080
19. Liz Johnson Cheektowaga, NY - 1079
20. Andrea Mirschel Sarasota, FL - 1066
21. Shana Ray Portland, TX - 1064
22. Tammy Boomershine Ogden, UT - 1063
23. Jody Ellis South Africa,  - 1062
23. Lucy Sandelin Tampa, FL - 1062
25. Cara Honeychurch Eltham Victoria,  - 1059
26. Louise Johnson Livonia, MI - 1050
27. Jane Vetero Kitchener, ON - 1048
28. Rachel Kent Olathe, KS - 1045
29. Allyson Allmang Boynton Beach, FL - 1044
30. Audry Mullan Glen Allen, VA - 1042
31. Lisa Burrough Wichita, KS - 1041
32. Sara Vargas Bogota,  - 1039
33. Pauliina Aalto Kokkola,  - 1038
34. Kendra Gaines Sebring, FL - 1034
34. Debbie McMullen Denver, CO - 1034
36. Eiko Sasahara Japan,  - 1033
37. Cathy Dorin Sandusky, OH - 1032
38. Tricia Renshaw Newark, DE - 1031
39. Sharon Aronson Chino Hills, CA - 1030
39. Michelle Feldman Skaneateles, NY - 1030
41. Traci Spanitz Holley Dr, NY - 1029
41. Mandy Wilson Dayton, OH - 1029
43. Tennelle Grijalva Orange, CA - 1024
44. Lisa Bishop Belleville, MI - 1020
45. Janet Manfredi Poughkeespie, NY - 1019
46. Nitraya Grova Coral Springs, FL - 1018
47. Lauri Ann Cohrs Colorado Springs, CO - 1017
47. Robin Mossontte Newhall, CA - 1017
47. Michelle Mullen Burnham, IL - 1017
47. Jennifer Swanson Shelton, CT - 1017
51. Carol Gianotti Morley Perth,  - 1015
52. Lisa Wagner Ft Myers, FL - 1014
53. Stephanie Chiera Great Barrington, MA - 1013
53. Amy Stolz Phoenix, AZ - 1013
55. April Lord-Wittig Lakewood, WA - 1012
56. Brandyn Crawford Rapid City, SD - 1010
56. Alicia Marcano Venezuela,  - 1010
58. Sarah Krainert Colorado Springs, CO - 1008
59. Char Hammel Brea, CA - 1006
59. Diana Lewis Allenton, PA - 1006
61. Aleta Sill Dearborn, MI - 1005
62. Sarah Mun Yee Yap Malaysia,  - 1004
62. Misao Yoshino Japan,  - 1004
64. Jackie Edwards Simi Valley, CA - 1003
64. Tish Johnson Northridge, CA - 1003
64. Jackie Mitskavich Dubois, PA - 1003
67. Regina Jackson Omaha, NE - 1002
67. Kelly Silverman York, PA - 1002
69. Missy Miller Bismarck, ND - 1001
70. Lisa Stack Elgin, IL - 1000
71. Michelle Spratford Hopelawn, NJ - 997
72. Michele Davis Baytown, TX - 996
72. Rumiko Moriya-Ohashi Japan,  - 996
74. Corrine Ham Cocoa, FL - 995
75. Masae Nakajima Japan,  - 994
76. Alisha Caballero Riverside, CA - 993
76. Nikki Gianulias Vallejo, CA - 993
76. Erica Mickowski Detroit, MI - 993
79. Susan Jeziorski Cheektowaga, NY - 992
79. Eriko Ohtuki Japan,  - 992
79. Janine Primrose Minden, NV - 992
82. Terri Cooley Danville, KY - 991
82. Shirley Hintz Rockledge, FL - 991
84. Jenni Miller Anderson, IN - 989
84. Terry Taylor Hillside, NJ - 989
86. Laura Lee Daniel Corona, CA - 988
86. Shelly Goleanor Glen Carbon, IL - 988
86. Teri Haefke Austintown, OH - 988
89. Beth Comeaux Youngsville, LA - 987
89. Karen Stroud Victoria, TX - 987
91. Cindy Coburn-Carroll Williamsville, NY - 984
91. Tracey Wade Lansing, MI - 984
93. Angela Wilt Westland, MI - 983
94. Mariela Alarza Venezuela,  - 981
94. Cheryl Daniels W. Bloomfield, MI - 981
94. Vicki Fischel Westminster, CO - 981
94. Gena Guccione Thornton, CO - 981
98. Kris Clark Bay City, MI - 980
98. Michelle Silver Los Angeles, CA - 980
100. Debby Knottnerus Hills, IA - 978
101. Kim Bowers Wilmington, DE - 977
102. Leanne Barrette Pleasanton, CA - 975
102. Robin Crawford Hendersonville, TN - 975
102. Marrisha Freeman Sinking Springs, PA - 975
105. Kristy Whitcher Belfair, WA - 974
106. Sharon Clendening Arvada, CO - 973
106. Deborah Maytchak Winnipeg, MB - 973
106. Terri Thomas Folcroft, PA - 973
109. Julie Jackson Rural Hall, NC - 972
110. Paula Drake Broken Arrow, OK - 971
110. Diana Kurrass Bellport, NY - 971
110. Judy Vogel Slidell, LA - 971
113. Judy Gurney Percival, IA - 970
114. Jennifer Klekamp Cincinnati, OH - 969
114. Rae Pochardt Fridley, MN - 969
116. Alisia Kellow Louisville, KY - 968
116. Debra Rubin Raleigh, NC - 968
118. Michele Atria Louisville, KY - 967
119. Christine Colton Coral Springs, FL - 966
119. Theresa Latimer Brooklyn, NY - 966
121. Sally Dunn Vero Beach, FL - 965
121. Melissa Hallett Davie, FL - 965
123. Cori Butler Rapid City, SD - 964
123. April Costa Lake Worth, FL - 964
123. Shannon Duplantis New Orleans, LA - 964
126. Michele Arrington Philadelphia, PA - 963
126. Susan Holloway Markesan, WI - 963
126. Dana Miller Mackie Albuquerque, NM - 963
126. Gayle Spurling Edinburgh, IN - 963
126. Tiffany Stanbrough Oklahoma City, OK - 963
131. Crystal Sciaretti Pittsburgh, PA - 961
131. Kathy Tribbey Newberg, OR - 961
133. Nichole Spratford Hopelawn, NJ - 960
134. Melody Savage Winnipeg, MB - 959
134. Sandra Zigmont Solon, OH - 959
136. Diane Marget Champlin, MN - 958
136. Novella White Detroit, MI - 958
138. Paula Nicholls Pasadena, MD - 956
138. Andrea Pizzo Rochester, NY - 956
138. Bridget Stancil Grovetown, GA - 956
141. Tamika Glenn Westland, MI - 955
141. Theresa Smith Indianapolis, IN - 955
143. Christine Mockenhaupt Basking Ridge, NJ - 954
144. Penny Jahsman Westfield, MA - 950
144. Jayne Lampugnani Philadelphia, PA - 950
146. Keri Musial Marago, IL - 949
146. Wendy Williams Brooklyn, NY - 949
148. Barbara Batt Jacksonville, FL - 948
149. Wanda Kurka York, PA - 946
150. Patricia Ciotti Venezuela,  - 945
151. Anna Heidenreich Hicksville, NY - 943
152. Dawn Fay Manassas, VA - 941
152. Lisa Lea Keller, TX - 941
154. Sharri Johnson Tampa, FA - 940
155. Yolanda Bryson Lemoore, CA - 939
155. Lisa Watson Franklin, OH - 939
157. Michele Everwine Paulsboro, NJ - 938
157. Reiko Kosuda-Yokono Japan,  - 938
159. Cheryl Wilkerson Shepherddsville, KY - 936
160. Karen Jordan Wayne, NJ - 934
161. Kelly Fox Burke, VA - 933
161. June Shimoda Fresno, CA - 933
163. Kim Carter Arvada, CO - 932
164. Melinda Balter Sunrise, FL - 931
164. Tammy Bellofatto Lakewood, CO - 931
164. Kathy O'Neill Rochester, NY - 931
167. Tonya Bennett Broken Arrow, OK - 930
167. Sherri Flannery San Angelo, TX - 930
167. Hidemi Mizobuchi Japan,  - 930
170. Lisa M Duenow Spring Park, MN - 929
170. Cynthia Kesterson Council Bluffs, IA - 929
172. Pam Sprow Lakeland, FL - 928
173. Tillie Freeland Conyers, GA - 927
174. Corralee Clark Torrance, CA - 926
175. Cynthia Brown Hampshire, IL - 925
175. Feliz Rosalez Delray Beh, FL - 925
177. Dede Davidson Las Vegas, NV - 924
177. Terri Kellogg Aurora, CO - 924
179. Sandy Brunner Corydon, IN - 923
179. Jana Livingston Fortuna, CA - 923
179. Rumi Mori Japan,  - 923
182. Chele Schirmer Bel Air, MD - 922
182. Julie Sonnenfeld Plano, TX - 922
184. Alayne Blomenberg Vallejo, CA - 921
184. Melissa Rhea Herndon, VA - 921
186. Susan Baxter Hollywood, FL - 919
186. Shay Grindstaff Friendsville, TN - 919
188. Marianne Dirupo Succasunna, NJ - 918
188. Jennifer Mckee Oregon, OH - 918
188. Linda Rose No. Arlington, NJ - 918
191. Mindee Pullman Salt Lake City, UT - 917
192. Ann Milton Loxahatchee, FL - 915
192. Patricia Riggs Pontiac, IL - 915
194. Michelle Frank Grand Island, NY - 913
194. Sandy Lowe Bowmanville, ON - 913
196. Tammy Schmidt Cheektowaga, NY - 912
196. Jan Schnell-Topolski Anchorage, AK - 912
196. Michelle Soutar Sioux Falls, SD - 912
199. Paula Mikkelson Neenah, WI - 911
199. Alison Raines Colorado Springs, CO - 911
201. Miki Ohta-Suzuki Japan,  - 910
202. Cindy Goodman Nashua, NH - 909
203. Dawn Hines Miramar, FL - 908
204. Sharman Dyson Washington, DC - 907
204. Debbie Rudd Jacksonville, FL - 907
206. Andrea Iannarelli Mableton, GA - 906
206. Diane Palmer Spring City, PA - 906
208. Deb Lantto Eden Prairie, MN - 905
209. Linda Goodling Willow Street, PA - 904
209. Joanne Vining Weston, FL - 904
211. Jennifer Bednar Davie, FL - 902
212. Holly Milz Janesville, WI - 901
212. Susan VanDyke Golden, CO - 901
214. Cathy Nelson Fort Worth, TX - 900
215. Jamie Gibson Louisville, KY - 899
215. Stephanie Infantino Boca Raton, FL - 899
215. Margi Lang Waukesha, WI - 899
218. Almaria Clark Baltimore, MD - 898
218. Paulette Disbrow Gardner, NC - 898
220. Julie Schaeffer Hamden, CT - 896
220. Karla Stalnaker Little Rock, AR - 896
222. Alice Dettrey Colorado Springs, CO - 893
223. Karen Shafer Layton, UT - 892
223. Kelly Stroud Reading, PA - 892
225. Christina Halladay Boulder City, NV - 891
225. Joy Scott Bauvite, AR - 891
225. Sharon Wilson Price, UT - 891
228. Nancy Fairchild Boardman, OH - 890
229. Debbie Kuhn Baltimore, MD - 889
229. Penelope Lumley Bristow, VA - 889
231. Donna Fostvedt Colorado Springs, CO - 888
231. Jeanne Gebbia Taylor, MI - 888
233. Lisa Farwell Elizabethtown, PA - 887
233. Meg Ridgway Raleigh, NC - 887
235. Michelle Ewald Clinton Township, MI - 886
236. Kathy Kurtz Bismark, ND - 885
236. Cheryl Woessner West St. Paul, MN - 885
238. Sandra Postma Lansing, IL - 884
238. Jerry Walters Sunrise, FL - 884
238. Sandy Welsh Muncie, IN - 884
241. Yoly Baricelli Venezuela,  - 883
241. Rachel Daniels Chesapeake, VA - 883
241. Diana Dearth Carlisle, OH - 883
244. Kathy McGaughy Flint, MI - 881
244. Helen Reiner Chino, CA - 881
244. Stephanie Schroder Mountain View, CA - 881
247. Lindy Decker Dover, PA - 880
248. Debbie Langfeldt Las Vegas, NV - 879
248. Janeen Morgan Randallstown, MD - 879
250. Lynne Dellis Raleigh, NC - 875
251. Sharon Wanczyk Crofton, MD - 874
252. Amy Dillon Wichita, KS - 873
252. Mary Fuller Bloomington, IL - 873
254. Patricia Holthausen Las Vegas, NV - 872
254. Kendra Horvath Mountain Home, ID - 872
254. Judy Rhea Albertville, AL - 872
257. Ranae Janssen Sioux Falls, SD - 871
257. Cristina Kortright New York, NY - 871
259. Karyn Ingebretson Cottage Grove, MN - 870
259. Mary Ellen Thorne Nashua, NH - 870
261. Karen Bowlby Logan, OH - 869
262. Stephanie Collins Lodi, NJ - 868
262. Gwendolyn Lawrence Newark, NJ - 868
264. Donna R Stewart Lebanon, OR - 865
265. Carol Himes Zieglerville, PA - 864
265. Cecilia Loscalzo Harrison, TN - 864
267. Katherine Astroski Beavercreek, OH - 863
267. Leslie Blandford Jacksonville, FL - 863
267. Carol Ertl Coralville, IA - 863
267. Melody Randolph Hillsborough, NJ - 863
267. Andrea Rigby Gretna, NE - 863
272. Rita Wright Lakeland, FL - 862
273. Deanna Andrews Pensacola, FL - 861
273. Julie Brady Lake Katrine, NY - 861
273. Millie Irizarry Port Charlotte, FL - 861
273. Katharine Thomas Panama City, FL - 861
273. Jennifer Zagorc Mentor, OH - 861
278. Tammy Gray Delray Beach, FL - 859
279. Cindy Covert Benton, AR - 858
280. Josie Rigby Greenfield, MA - 857
280. Rebecca Webb Mamaroneck, NY - 857
282. Jennifer Murphy Wichita, KS - 856
283. Stacy Delano Orlando, FL - 855
283. Debbie Wolfe Vienna, VA - 855
285. Susan Langis Coral Springs, FL - 852
285. Diane Stokes Jackson Heights, NY - 852
285. Beverly Wright Winter Haven, FL - 852
288. Yuko Nakatani ,  - 851
289. Shari Hatcher Shepherdsville, KY - 850
290. Carole Jones Orlando, FL - 849
291. Deanne Barraco La Verne, CA - 848
291. Nila Sullivan Indianapolis, IN - 848
293. Melissa Daley Shelby, NC - 847
293. Angela Ethridge Cheektowaga, NY - 847
295. Brenda Carlson Lolo, MT - 846
296. Christina Borzelleca Tulsa, OK - 845
296. Rebecca Copley Taylor, MI - 845
296. Dawn Emmers Crystal, MN - 845
299. Derryca Newbold Hialeah, FL - 844
300. Lastacia Parker Hillsborough, NJ - 841
300. Lisa Purser Ft Lauderdale, FL - 841
300. Nancy Sturgis Boca Raton, FL - 841
303. Sylvia Porter Maryville, TN - 838
304. Carol Baines Spirit Lake, IA - 837
304. Tonya Hall Highspire, PA - 837
304. Elizabeth Huxley Beverly Hills, FL - 837
304. Charlene Lockitski N Olmstead, OH - 837
304. Melody Rane Tucson, AZ - 837
309. Robin Budd Inverness, FL - 834
310. Joyce Marshall New York, NY - 833
310. Karen Moshoures Shallotte, NC - 833
312. Dawn Brembs St Petersburg, FL - 830
313. Ruth Bache Woodbridge, VA - 828
313. Diana Herzog Lombard, IL - 828
315. Michelle Maly Denver, CO - 827
316. Laurie Mangum Hughesville, MD - 826
317. Bambi Asmuth Rochester, NY - 825
317. Janelle Woodburn Miami, FL - 825
319. Carla Costi Sunrise, FL - 824
320. Lucy Donnantuono Monmouth Junction, NJ - 823
321. Tammy Henderson Tampa, FL - 819
322. Cindy Territo Sarasota, FL - 818
323. Lori Henry Lehighton, PA - 815
324. Veronica Hambric Oviedo, FL - 814
325. Shirley Hollingsworth Corydon, IN - 812
326. Cissie Bryant Derby, KS - 810
327. Jo Jenkins Burlington, IA - 806
327. Heidi Pagenkopf Lynnwood, WA - 806
329. Karen Barber Del Valle, TX - 803
329. Jane Bruns Daytona Beach, FL - 803
331. Genell Curtis Panama City, FL - 800
331. Karlene Welty Calhoun, GA - 800
333. Laura Hill Maryville, TN - 798
334. Michelle Belanger Round Rock, TX - 797
335. Bobbi Lis Carteret, NJ - 796
336. Janice Brattin Raleigh, NC - 794
337. Karen Woodgates Hollywood, FL - 791
338. Sabrina Duncan New Orleans, LA - 790
339. Karla Richey Rapid City, SD - 788
340. Dana Compton Prestonburg, KY - 787
340. Joanne Johnson Attleboro Falls, MA - 787
342. Michelle Meyers Boynton Beach, FL - 773
342. Lori Sherman Marion, IN - 773
344. Roseann Kuhn Franklin, WI - 770
345. Shelly Scheib-Elliott Steelton, PA - 769
346. Marilyn Dumas Myrtle Beach, SC - 768
346. Jacqueline Reed Clearfield, UT - 768
348. Arlene Wallace Austin, TX - 766
349. Charlotte Robbins Iowa City, IA - 765
350. Monique Hegarty Palm Beach Gardens, FL - 761
351. Sherri Waynee Linwood, MI - 759
352. Melanie Ortega Cooper City, FL - 752
353. Anita Lott Kissimmee, FL - 751
354. Elaine Ellis Fullerton, CA - 750
355. Ilona Gousseau Winnipeg, MB - 742
356. Susan Richman Coconut Creek, FL - 740
357. Linda Anderson Anchorage, AK - 738
358. Judith Smith Battle Ground, IN - 729
358. Marta Stine Atoka, TN - 729
360. Susan Duttweiler Burlington, IA - 726
361. Paula Truchon Gaithersburg, MD - 716
362. Suzie Kraus Osprey, FL - 710





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