I love the science of ball drilling and coaching. I feel I have so much to offer and am depressed to have someone tell me I’m not wanted or needed. Never in my wildest thoughts did I think that would ever happen.
I started this business back on June 28, 1989 and just recently celebrated my 25th anniversary; half my life. I've met 10s of thousands of people over the years and have enjoyed every single moment. Every day, unlocking my door put a smile on my face. But to see this location change so drastically and so quickly has been a very sad time, certainly a blow to Westchester bowling as well as the sport itself.
Needless to say, this isn't the end of me. With the help of someone special, I’ve launched an upgraded website, richjacobsonbowling.com as well as about to release my first private label bowling ball. Next is to find the right place to hang my hat and plug in a drill press so I can continue to service the needs of all of you who I've been able to help over the years. I’m hoping for a swift move; don’t have everything in place yet but with a little luck and maybe a prayer or two, it’s gonna be something special.
In the mean time, I have about six week left here at White Plains. So on or about October 1st, when they close for renovations, I will be packing up the equipment along with all the memories and hoping I won’t be homeless for long. If anyone needs to know what’s going on with me, you can find out on my website, facebook or call the shop number. They should all have my current status on where or when something will happen.
Best to everyone!