NFL Alumni Chapter to Host “Bowling with The Stars” in Tampa

July 16, 2020

By: Staff Report

TAMPA, Fla. – Join the NFL Alumni Tampa Chapter and other professional athletes for a family-friendly bowling tournament.

The Tampa Chapter of the NFL Alumni Association will host “Bowling with The Stars” September 12, 2020, at Pin Chasers Bowling Lane on North Armenia Avenue in Tampa.

Your participation will enable the NFL Alumni to conduct a free football clinic on February 2, 2021, during Super Bowl Week for low income and at-risk youth – giving them a positive outlet through football, promoting physical fitness, and personal responsibility. Many of the camp attendees lack a positive role model and having our alumni there to coach and mentor the kids has proven to be beneficial. Your participation and support are welcomed and needed.

Pre-registration price for admission will be $50 per adult, $20 per youth (12 & under). The price tag includes:

– 3 games of bowling (Shoes included)

– Food and beverages

– 3 players per team plus one NFL or MLB player (Total 4 per team)

– Free autographs and pictures taken with alumni players

– Prizes for bowling skill competition (autographed football and paraphernalia)

– Brand name in the official title of the event

– Signage exclusivity in your choice of zones

– 501 (c) 3 Tax write-off

Registration ends August 29, 2020. This is a great opportunity for your organization to be partnering with such a prestigious organization like the NFL Alumni. We hope you and your family will come out and enjoy the day of bowling and support our mission at the same time. Click here to register today.

Disclaimer: Date and time subject to change due to COVID-19

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