9/4/2013 

NINE YEAR OLD ATTEMPTS TO BOWL IN EVERY U.S. STATE, TOURS THE NATION DURING NATIONAL LEARN TO BOWL MONTH

Natalie Savant Continues Nationwide Tour to Promote Bowling as Centers Everywhere Offer Free Learn to Bowl Programs to Bowlers of all Ages

 

ARLINGTON, TX – September 5, 2013 – This October consumers can strike “learn to bowl” off their bucket lists as centers across the nation are opening their doors  and offering complimentary four week bowling instructional programs to anyone who wants to learn how to bowl.  The first-ever “National Learn to Bowl” month draws inspiration from Natalie Savant, a nine year old who is attempting to bowl in every U.S. state as part of a mission to raise funding for youth bowling scholarships.  During the summer of 2013, Savant, who lives in San Antonio, Texas, began her nationwide tour, logging trips to 26 states and she will continue through October with a goal of bowling in every state.

 

“Bowling is my favorite sport and I wanted to do something fun – bowl in every single state – while raising awareness for youth bowling as well as trying to raise scholarship money,” said Savant.

 

Coinciding with Natalie’s tour, the Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America (BPAA), launched the first-ever “National Learn to Bowl Month,” an industry-wide effort to introduce people of all ages to the great sport of bowling. Everyone and anyone interested in taking the free four week program can go to www.gobowling.com to find a participating center in their area.

 

“Natalie serves as an inspiration to all of us,” said Steve Johnson, executive director of the BPAA. Just as Natalie’s dream is to bowl in every U.S. state, bowling centers everywhere are    coming together as an industry to help anyone who has a goal of becoming a better bowler, or being introduced to bowling.”

 

Added Savant, “The greatest thing about bowling is that anyone at any age can do it.”

 

Beginning October 1st, consumers can sign up at bowling centers nationwide for Bowling 2.0, a comprehensive course that teaches consumers of all ages and levels how to improve their bowling score in just four weeks. The program is designed in four one-week lessons and teaches novice to amateur bowlers the fundamentals of bowling, including how to pick out the perfect bowling ball and how to maintain the proper posture and foot alignment. For those new to the sport, the guide will teach them how to bowl by working just one or two techniques at a time.

 

To find a participating center and for additional information about “National Learn to Bowl Month” visit www.gobowling.com.

 

For additional information on Natalie’s Striking Summer tour visit

https://www.facebook.com/NatsStrikingSummer

 

About GoBowling.com

GoBowling.com is the destination for bowling fans and enthusiasts seeking news and information about one of America’s favorite pastimes and the nation’s number one participatory sport.  With more than 71 million people taking to the lanes every year, GoBowling.com is a one-stop location where people of all ages can go to satisfy their love of bowling.  Consumers turn to GoBowling.com every day to find bowling fun – discovering new bowling centers, tips and tricks to use on the lanes, event news and great deals at more than 2,100+ family-friendly bowling centers across the country.

 

About Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America

Founded in 1932, the Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America (BPAA) is headquartered in Arlington, Texas at the International Bowling Campus.  The BPAA provides it's nearly 4,000 member centers with group purchasing programs, business and educational seminars, legislative representation and proactively promotes the association and bowling industry.  The mission of the BPAA is to enhance the profitability of all of its members.  For additional information please visit www.bpaa.com or call 1-800-343-1329.

 

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