April 29, 2014
Strikes for Kids benefits Cincinnati Children's
Western Bowl is hosting the Strikes For Kids’ “Cincy Draft Party,” to benefit Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Foundation and the Domata Peko Foundation on Saturday, May 10th at 12 p.m.
Strikes For Kids, a non-profit organization known for creating opportunities for fans to meet sports icons, has partnered with Bengals standout defensive lineman Domata Peko and receiver Marvin Jones. They will be joined by Bengals teammates Rey Maualuga, Vontez Burfict, Clark Harris and Larry Black. This partnership allows participants the chance to bowl alongside professional football players while supporting great causes.
Participating bowlers are encouraged to sign-up in teams of six players per lane for a total donation of $175 or for $35 per bowler. The registration costs include three games of bowling, shoes, soft drinks, event shirt and an event bag. Guests not interested in bowling can also attend the event for $20 per person. In addition to hanging out with their favorite professional football players, participants have the opportunity to win exciting prizes during a silent auction. Bowlers of all ages and skill levels are welcome to register at www.cincydraftparty.com.