Former Brunswick plant being demolished | News
MUSKEGON, Mich. (AP) -- A former manufacturing plant in West Michigan that produced bowling equipment for a century is scheduled to be demolished by this summer.
The Muskegon Chronicle reports Brunswick Bowling Products has contractors working to bring down buildings at the Muskegon site. By summer, they plan to wrap up demolition. The land will be green space available for future development.
The buildings date back to 1906 and have produced Brunswick bowling balls, pins and pinsetting equipment. Manufacturing ended there in 2006.
Muskegon is home to Brunswick's bowling division, including managers, engineers and marketing staff. It has about 175 employees in the city
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