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A Striking New Face for Professional Bowling

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Industry Launches National PR Effort to Promote Emerging Young Stars of Bowling While Also Highlighting Free Four Week Bowling Lessons Available Throughout October via Bowl 2.0 and National Learn to Bowl Month

ARLINGTON, TX – September 22, 2014 – Just in time for National Learn to Bowl Month, is introducing America to the fresh new faces of bowling. This October, the bowling industry will lead a national PR effort to highlight Gen Y bowling stars who are infusing youthful energy into professional bowling, America's #1 participatory sport. The campaign coincides with National Learn to Bowl Month, an industry-wide effort launched by and the Bowling Proprietors' Association of America (BPAA) to introduce youth and people of all ages to the sport of bowling. Throughout October, centers across the nation will offer four-week bowling instructional programs to anyone who wants to learn how to bowl.

"In recent years bowling has seen a massive resurgence in popularity and cultural relevance, particularly among Gen Y audiences," said Tom Martino, president of BPAA. "This is even more apparent when you look at the stars that are making up the next generation of pro bowlers, players who are young, athletic and redefining perceptions of what a pro bowler looks like."

Added Martino, "This national PR campaign will helps us create attention for National Learn to Bowl Month, a time when our industry comes together to invite both youth and people of all ages into our centers to enjoy a full month of lessons."

Throughout National Learn to Bowl Month, 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 comprised of 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

About 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 67 million people taking to the lanes every year, is a one-stop location where people of all ages can go to satisfy their love of bowling. Consumers turn to 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 BPAA
Founded in 1932, the mission of Bowling Proprietors' Association of America (BPAA) is to enhance the profitability of all of its members. Headquartered in Arlington, Texas at the International Bowling Campus, the BPAA provides it's over 3,500 member centers with group purchasing programs, business and educational seminars, legislative representation and proactively promotes the association and bowling industry.  For additional information please visit or call 1-800-343-1329.

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