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The Johnny Petraglia BVL Open

 Professional Bowling comes to Long Island each year.  Hundreds of professional and local amateur bowlers bowl each year in this great event, all in support of a wonderful charity, the Bowlers to Veterans Link!!

Each year our bowlers support BVL (the Bowlers to Veterans Link). In 2017, BVL raised more than 1 million dollars which supports non-budgeted recreational and therapeutic programs of the Veterans Administration. Bowlers like you are active partners in helping to improve the lives of active-duty and veteran service men and women. Please visit www.bvl.org for more information. Thank you for your contributions and participation in the PBA 50 Johnny Petraglia BVL Open.

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2018 – PRO-AM Results

2018 – PBA Results and Stepladder Finish.

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Learn more about BVL

The Bowlers to Veterans Link is a national nonprofit charity (501/c-3) which supports America's veteran and active duty service men and women.  It is also the sport of bowling’s oldest and most successful charity – raising more than $35 million dollars for America's active duty service men, women, and Veterans.

Since 1942, BVL has worked to identify programs and services to brighten the days and boost the spirits of our recuperating service men and women. BVL provides the ‘extras’ not funded by the government which helps speed recuperation and improve morale. Some of the programs, like the annual VA/BVL Veterans Bowling Tournament, are decades-old traditions (now in its 71st year), while others, like the “Welcome Home: We Salute You” events and Project Military Music, were just recently launched. BVL prides itself on identifying the needs of our veterans and providing programs to fill those needs in a cost-efficient and effective manner.

Video about BVL:  https://youtu.be/2pkfZxlH8CU

Learn More about the BVL, please visit: www.bvl.org