BOWL FOR RONNIE
Celebrity Bowling Tournament
Hosted by Eddie Trunk
October 25th 2018
Pinz Bowling Center
12655 Ventura Boulevard
Studio City, CA 91604
Presented by: Ronnie James Dio Stand Up and Shout Cancer Fund
BOWL FOR RONNIE 2018 Celebrity Bowlers: TBA
Celebrity "Bowl For Ronnie" bowling tournament. An evening of fun, food, entertainment and, of course, bowling with rock stars and celebrities competing for trophies in the name of raising funds and awareness for the Ronnie James Dio Stand up And Shout Cancer Fund.
($50 per person)
Cheer on your favorite celebrities. Ticket includes:
pizza & general admission to event.
($75 per person)
Join other rock'n bowlers from 6:30 to 9:00pm for open
lanes offirst come, first serve fun. Ticket includes: pizza, shoe
rental & bowling.
TEAM/ CORPORATE LANE
($1,995 private lane for 6 bowlers)
Show off your team skills and charitable spirit. Gather your
friends or represent your company with this fun package deal.
Trophies and bragging rights for the ages. Includes your company
or team logo displayed on your lane and throughout event
on flat screens, 6 VIP party passes for access to Artist/ VIP lounge,
2 drink tickets per person, 6 "BOWL FOR RONNIE"
t-shirts, pizza and shoe rental.
100% of your generous tax-deductible donation will go to support research and education that furthers early detection, prevention and treatment of prostate, colon and stomach cancers. Come hang with famous rockers, show off your skills and charitable spirit. Go home with bragging rights... Perhaps even a first place trophy!
Giving doesn't just pay, it Rocks!
A privately funded 501(c)(3) charity organization dedicated to cancer prevention, research and education, the Ronnie James Dio Stand Up and Shout Cancer Fund has already raised close to $2 million in its short history. Monies raised have been committed to the cancer research work of the T. J. Martell Foundation for Cancer, AIDS and Leukemia Research, the gastric cancer research unit of the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, where Ronnie was treated for gastric cancer during the last six months of his life, and other cancer research projects.