Deerfield Beach, FL (PRWEB) May 12, 2004 -
Â Platinum Television Group is pleased to announce the selection of The American Bowling Congress for its innovative, educational television series, TodayÂs Family.
The American Bowling Congress is a nonprofit membership service organization and governing body to the sport of bowling. Headquartered in Greendale, WI, the ABC offers services to its members such as awards, rules, publications, and national tournaments, to just name a few. With bowling increasing in popularity, ABC can be a link for the public to outlets that allow for a growth in this recreation. With nearly 2500 local associations throughout the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico and military bases worldwide, ABC has a direct link with nearly 1.7 million members, making it one of the worldÂs largest sports membership organizations. ABC is also committed to promoting the sport of bowling and its ideals through charity, education and service to the community
What better way for some family time then bowling! Bowling is a recreational activity that is easily available to many, whether in the suburbs or the city. ItÂs easily adaptable to all types of people, relatively easy to learn and enjoy. In todayÂs world, itÂs easy to get caught up in everyday activities such as work, school, errands, taking away from the quality family time that many long for. However, getting exercise and having fun as a family together can be a great uniter. And bowling is relatively inexpensive. Bowling centers offer many activities that can be fun such as cosmic bowling for teens, birthday parties, video arcades, as well as food.
Bowling can be enjoyed by all ages, with friends or with family. Bowling can perhaps supply times filled with laughter, competitiveness, togetherness, as well as great family memories. There are also leagues for any type of group: veterans, college students, youth, seniors, handicapped, high schoolers, women and menÂs groups.
TodayÂs Family will feature the American Bowling Congress in a segment on ÂBringing the Family Together,Â which will be aired on national and local cable networks.
For more information about the American Bowling Congress, see http://www.bowl.com/