ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- Add bowling to the busy sports mix in the Dallas-Fort Worth suburb of Arlington.
The home of the NFL's Dallas Cowboys and baseball's Texas Rangers will soon be the epicenter of the bowling industry.
The International Bowling Campus will house a multitude of the sport's organizations, including the U.S. Bowling Congress and the Bowling Proprieters Association of America.
The International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame is moving from Missouri. The 100,000-square-foot facility will be near Cowboys Stadium, Rangers Ballpark in Arlington and the Six Flags amusement park.
U.S. Bowling Congress Executive Director Stu Upson calls the facility "a thrilling new era for bowling."
The campus is set to open Jan. 25.
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