SOURCE: Ronald Page, PLC

November 13, 2012 13:28 ET

AMF Bowling Worldwide, Inc. Files for Bankruptcy Protection, Ronald Page, PLC Available to Represent Creditors

RICHMOND, VA--(Marketwire - Nov 13, 2012) - AMF Bowling Worldwide, Inc. ("AMF Bowling") filed for protection under chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code as the bowling-alley operator struggled to reorganize its debt. AMF Bowling's bankruptcy petition indicated that it has 1,000 to 5,000 creditors, assets estimated at $100,000,000 to $500,000,000, and liabilities estimated at $100,000,000 to $500,000,000. Ronald Page (http://rpagelaw.com) is a corporate bankruptcy attorney based in Richmond, Virginia available to represent creditors of the AMF Bowling bankruptcy.

Bankruptcy petitions were also filed by affiliates of AMF Bowling including 300, Inc., American Recreation Centers, Inc., AMF BCH LLC, AMF Beverage Company of Oregon, Inc., AMF Bowling Centers Holdings Inc., AMF Bowling Centers, Inc., AMF Bowling Mexico Holding, Inc., AMF Holdings, Inc., AMF WBCH LLC, AMF Worldwide Bowling Centers Holdings Inc., Boliches AMF, Inc., Bush River Corporation, King Louie Lenexa, Inc., Kingpin Holdings, LLC, and Kingpin Intermediate Corp. AMF Bowling seeks to have these cases jointly administered under its chapter 11 case numbered 12-36495. The bankruptcy case is to be presided over by Chief Judge Douglas O. Tice, Jr. Proposed counsel for AMF Bowling are the law firms of McGuireWoods LP and Kirkland & Ellis LLP.

AMF Bowling listed its 30 largest unsecured creditors as:

1. U.S. Foods, Inc., $329,176
2. Advantage IQ Inc., $251,836
3. Environmental Waste Solutions Inc., $89,499
4. Corporate Cleaning, $78,396
5. Granite Telecommunications LLC, $74,604
6. Harriet Gall, $72,612
7. Oakridge Mall, LP, $71,760
8. Route Realty, $61,833
9. Coverall North America Inc., $59,375
10. Pasadena-Hastings Center, $53,991
11. Staples Technology Solutions, $47,584
12. Cohber Press Inc., $46,608
13. Playa Lincoln, LP, $37,782
14. Hockenbergs Equipment & Supply Co., $34,664
15. Kronos Talent Management Inc., $33,545
16. Kegel Company Inc., $32,855
17. Ecolab Pest Elimination Service, $32,518
18. Llewellyn & Co. Properties, $31,550
19. Kegler's Of Charlottesville, $30,778
20. Bowling Music Network, $29, 673
21. Star Fresno Properties, LLC, $28,375
22. Active West, Inc., $27,210
23. Goldstone Project Management, LLC, $27,023
24. Fedele Corporation LLC, $25,000
25. MetLife, $21,501
26. Green Realty Corp., $21,369
27. Framlike Realty Corp., $21,250
28. Beverly Plaza Partnership, $20,833
29. UNUM Life Insurance Co. of America Corp., $20,243
30. Mannington Commercial, $19,828

Hearings on AMF Bowling's first day motions are scheduled for November 13, 2012 at 3:00 p.m. in the courtroom of Chief Judge Tice located in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, U.S. Courthouse, 701 E. Broad St., Room 5100, Richmond, VA 23219.

With offices in Richmond, Virginia, Ronald Page, PLC has extensive experience representing secured and unsecured creditors in bankruptcy proceedings. Please contact Ronald Page, a Richmond Virginia Bankruptcy Attorney (http://rpagelaw.com/), if you need assistance protecting your interests in AMF Bowling's bankruptcy.

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