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Bowling News USA - March 6, 2012 First Responders Team Event Set for May in Las Vegas

High Roller, Inc, the management team of Military Bowling Championships, True Amateur Tournaments (TAT), High Roller, and Senior High Roller events is rolling out their latest event geared for all first responders that bowl!

This special event is only for employees, both active and retired, of those agencies.  We are happy to present this event for your dedication and devotion to our communities nationwide!

Eligible are employees from agencies of law enforcement, firefighters, EMTs, Military Police, Correction Officers, Shore & Border Patrol and many others.

Sam's Town Hotel, Casino & Bowling Center in Las Vegas hosts the event May 14 - 17 featuring Team, Singles, and Doubles competition.

Entry fee is $160 per person. The event features 4-player teams that require just 2 eligible team members.  The other 2 players on the team can be guests of the other 2.

Handicap is based on 90% of 230. There are prizes for Mixed teams, Senior teams, scratch teams and optional All Events purses and Sweepers.  There is also a Free Ladies Slots tournament for our female competitors!

There is also a re-entry squad for each event so you can change teams and doubles partners and take another shot at the Singles purse.

Team Captains that bring a 2nd team will get a refund of their $160 entry fee - with no limit! And for the first 20 teams entered, each team member receives a free High Roller windbreaker!

Presenting Sponsor Storm Bowling Products, will award a new Storm High Performance ball in each squad from luck of the draw!

High Roller has staged the largest bowling events in the world and since 1982 has paid more than $90 MILLION in prize money to bowlers in Las Vegas!  Visit us at www.high-roller.com or call us toll free 1-800-257-6179 or email info@high-roller.com for brochures or more information. Enter your team online now, it's fast, easy & secure!


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