MILWAUKEE (AP) — The Milwaukee Bucks have teamed up with the Milwaukee chapter of the Susan G. Komen Foundation for their annual “Bowl for the Cure Day” event to raise money for breast cancer awareness on Friday.
The tournament at AMF Bowlero Lanes in Milwaukee is expected to draw up to 700 bowlers and brought in over $42,000 at last year's event. There are two afternoon sessions this year and a $30 fee to bowl in two games, with the second game being 9-pin tap.
Each participant receives two tickets to a Bucks game on March 23, a T-shirt, a gift bag and a ticket for prizes to be given out the day of the event.
Bucks mascot Bango and members of the dance team will be on hand to take part in all the action.