Friday, July 27, 2012

National Bowling Day

If you’re a bowling fan, you know there’s no need for a special holiday to take on or watch your favorite sport. But as luck would have it, bowling does have it’s designated day, even its own week!
Every year, bowling center proprietors, fans and players join forces to celebrate this beloved game. This year’s National Bowling day falls on August 11, and you’re invited to help spread the message.

Beat the World Record

The designated day is intended to celebrate bowling every year, and involves a long celebrated record: The most number of games bowled in one day. The 2010 record was 923,948 games in a single day. That’s nearly double the record from just two years ago in 2008, which saw 548,721 games in one day.

Get Involved

Bowlers of all age and skill levels are invited to take part in National Bowling Week. Log onto the Bowling Proprietors of America’s (BPAA) website to claim your coupon and bowl for free. Have fun and do your part to set a new record for 2012. Thousands of bowling centers across the country are expected to take part in this event.
Looking for ways to perfect your game ahead of the big day? Check out our previous posts on how to get the right equipment, perfect your form, and find your bowling style.
Go forth and bowl!

For more information, please contact Bowl-A-Roll Lanes @ 427-7250 and help us to break the world record.  We look forward to seeing you on August 11th.