Kids Bowl Free says "YES" to Youth Bowling


    USBC Youth

    Gift to help IBC Youth develop its youth bowling programs

    2013BBBIKidsBowlFree.jpg The International Bowling Campus Youth Department announced the receipt of a generous gift from Bowling Builders Business International (BBBI) Kids Bowl Free to the Youth Educational Services (YES) Fund. The gift will be used help IBC Youth develop its youth bowling programs.

    "We are excited to have Kids Bowl Free join in the YES Fund initiative," said IBC Youth Director Chad Murphy. "We feel there are some natural synergies this summer with kids participating in the Kids Bowl Free program and transitioning them into the 8 for 8 program, which is an introductory youth league program designed to attract kids ages 5-12."

    The Youth Education Services (YES) Fund is a united effort by industry leaders in the sport, initiated by the Bowling Proprietors' Association of America (BPAA) and the United States Bowling Congress (USBC), dedicated to youth bowling development and marketing.

    YES Fund partners include Brunswick, Columbia 300, Ebonite, 900 Global, Hammer, North Pointe, QubicaAMF, Roto Grip, Storm and Track in supporting the development of youth bowling programs.

    The YES Fund is open to anyone interested in becoming involved in youth bowling - companies and organizations involved in youth sports, members of the bowling industry, bowling center proprietors and individuals.