ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2017, please come and join Interlink Volunteer Caregivers for an evening of competition, mingling, and pure fun! You don’t want to miss this unique chance to compete with other Magic Valley businesses for the BowlPong trophy. The festivities begin at 6:00 p.m. at Magic Bowl in Twin Falls!
Twin Falls Mayor, Shawn Barigar and the Twin Falls Chamber of Commerce are challenging you and your business to participate in this charitable fundraising event where bowling and ping pong are combined to guarantee a unique, competitive, and fun team experience! Goodies and raffle prizes will be given away throughout the evening!
Come compete, support a good cause, and take the BowlPong trophy home! You can find more information below. If you have any questions, you can contact IVC at (208) 733-6333 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
BowlPong Team (5 people) – $500
Includes 2 games of bowling and ping pong playoff, shoes, team t-shirts, 2 raffle tickets per participant, and dinner. Your name or business will be displayed on your bowling lane, Magic Bowl Sponsor Banner, team t-shirts, and all marketing media.
Click here to pay team registration.
Gutterball Insurance – $50
Protect your bowling score with gutterball insurance. Bowler will receive 7 points instead of zero for each gutterball.
Click here to pay for gutterball insurance.
Non-Players – $10
Includes admission and dinner. Non-players can pay ahead or at the door.
Click here to pay for non-players.
Help us offset the cost of this event by becoming an event sponsor. Your name or business will be displayed on Magic Bowl Sponsor Banner, team t-shirts, and all marketing media.
Click here to pay event sponsor donation.
Raffle tickets can be purchased at the event. Must be present to win.
- 1 ticket – $2
- 5 tickets – $8
- 10 tickets – $14
All proceeds go to Interlink Volunteer Caregivers (IVC) to provide volunteer assistance to the disabled, chronically ill, and elderly, as well as respite care for homebound caregivers. IVC helps people live independently and in their own homes as long as possible.