Fans Can Bid On VIP Experience To Benefit Bowling HOF

The International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame (IBMHOF) has teamed with the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) to offer bowling fans the opportunity for a once-in-a-lifetime experience at the PBA Hall of Fame Classic in January.

The PBA Hall of Fame Classic will take place at the International Bowling Campus in Arlington, home to the IBMHOF, and is part of the festivities to celebrate the 2020 PBA Hall of Fame Class. The induction ceremony will take place Saturday, Jan. 18, and the tournament’s stepladder final, which will be televised live on FOX Sports, is Sunday, Jan. 19.

The IBMHOF is holding a special auction with one fan receiving a Hall of Fame VIP Experience to the weekend’s activities on Jan. 18-19. The auction already is underway and fans can make their bids at

The winner will be announced Dec. 11 at 1 p.m. (Central) on the IBMHOF Facebook page and will receive:

  • Round-trip travel (domestic travel only) and select meal expenses for two to the International Bowling Campus for the 2020 PBA Hall of Fame Classic
  • Weekend events hosted IBMHOF President/Chairman Mike Aulby, a PBA Hall of Fame member
  • Private, behind-the-scenes guided tour of the IBMHOF and the International Bowling Campus
  • Tickets to PBA pre-Banquet Cocktail Party and Special Exhibit opening
  • VIP seating at the PBA Hall of Fame Awards Banquet
  • Meet and greet with PBA Hall of Fame bowlers
  • Special PBA production tour
  • VIP seating at PBA Hall of Fame Classic stepladder finals live on FS1
  • Bowling jersey autographed by the PBA Hall of Fame Classic champion
  • Autographed PBA Hall of Fame Class of 2020 bowling pin
  • Photo in a national bowling magazine
  • Tons of photo and autograph opportunities
  • Much more!!!

All proceeds from the auction will benefit the IBMHOF’s Frame4Frame Film Restoration Initiative.

Go to to learn more about the International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame. Also visit for the Bowling Virtual Vault featuring online collections of the museum.

Release courtesy of Kari Smith, IBMHOF.

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