Where are Storm bowling balls manufactured?
Brigham City, Utah
The company headquarters and main manufacturing facility are in Brigham City, Utah, with two smaller facilities in California and Texas. Storm has produced many bowling balls used in the sport by competitive players, and has numerous sponsorship agreements on both the PBA and PWBA Tours.
Are Storm bowling balls made in USA?
Brands such as Motiv, 900 Global, Roto Grip, and the majority of balls Storm (with the exclusion of the Ice Storm and Tropical line), are produced in America. …
What bowling ball companies does Brunswick own?
In a widely anticipated move, Brunswick announced today that it has product registered all seven of its bowling ball brands with the PBA Tour. The move means balls under the brands of Brunswick, Columbia 300, DV8, Ebonite, Hammer, Radical, and Track can be thrown in PBA competition.
How often should I get my bowling ball resurface?
As a general rule, you should resurface your bowling ball every 60 games. When it has been sanded so frequently that you can’t see the logo any more, it’s time to buy another ball.
How often should I wipe my bowling ball?
A general rule of thumb is that these balls should be cleaned after every six games. Every bowler has his or her own favorite method of cleaning their BowlingBalls.
What grit is powerhouse factory finish polish?
I suggest either trying 800 grit and repolish with Powerhouse or use a non-abrasive polish like Legends/Lanemasters Factory Finish polish or Brunswick’s High Gloss polish. They will definitely add a shine on top of that 500 grit sanding.
Is Hammer bowling owned by Brunswick?
Hammer products were manufactured in Ebonite’s Hopkinsville, Kentucky plant from 2002 through November, 2019. On November 15, 2019, Ebonite International and all of its brands were subsequently purchased by Brunswick Bowling Products, LLC.