Fremont's Cloverleaf Bowl Closes After Six Decades

Fremont’s Cloverleaf Bowl is closing after six decades of bringing joy to the community. When the bowling alley was first bought in 1963, Fremont had only 43,000 residents. Now there are 240,000 residents in Fremont, making it the fourth-largest city in the Bay Area.

Mike Hillman, co-owner of Cloverleaf Bowl released a statement yesterday officially stating the closure of the bowling alley. 

"With the current status of the state of California, it appears that bowling is still months away from an opening date and especially in Alameda County."

Hillman emphasized, "the high monthly cost of sitting here without any 

income" to offset monthly rent, utilities and insurance were the reasons for the decision to close permanently. 

You will be missed!

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