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Bowling alley sued for allegedly not paying advertising fees

By Brandon Caples | Jun 18, 2015

BATON ROUGE – A local bowling alley is being sued for allegedly failing to pay a local advertising company fees in 2014.

Lamar Advertising of Louisiana filed suit against The Italian Bowl LLC in the 19th Judicial District Court on April 8.

The plaintiff claims that the defendant entered into an agreement with Lamar Advertising to pay $10,400 for advertising work on Aug. 15, 2014. The plaintiff states that Italian Bowl, located in Prairieville, has refused to make payments as agreed upon. The plaintiff claims that despite amicable demand, it has yet to receive a payment from Italian Bowl.

The plaintiff seek the total sum of $10.400, with 18 percent interest therefore from Aug. 15, 2014 until paid and 25 percent for attorney fees.

W. Simmons Sandoz of Sandoz Law Office in Opelousas represents the plaintiff.

This case has been assigned to Division I Judge R. Michael Caldwell.

Case no. 638,423.

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