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ZONE BOWLING Celebrates International Day of People with a Disability

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

In celebration of International Day of People with a Disability (IDPwD), ZONE BOWLING Centres across Australia will offer FREE bowling for disabled persons and their carers on Monday 3 December, 2018.

Sanctioned by the United Nations, IDPwD encourages acceptance and awareness of people with a disability.  ZONE BOWLING will support the cause for the 5th year running, with activities commencing at 10am at each venue. Guests from the local community are invited to enjoy the festivities, in addition to the free bowling for disabled persons and their carers.

“ZONE BOWLING, and parent company TEEG are passionate about delivering fun & memorable experiences for all of our guests.  Bowling is one of the most popular sports in Australia for People with a Disability (PWAD) and at ZONE BOWLING we are proud to delight thousands of disabled guests and their carers annually," commented Timezone & ZONE BOWLING General Manager, Kane Fong.

Our free bowling day on the 3rd of December is just a small token of our appreciation and an opportunity for us to give back to the disabled community and their carers.  Our motto at ZONE BOWLING is that we are the "Champions Of Fun" however it is groups such as these that make our venues come alive with their laughter and smiles,” added Mr Fong.

What: FREE bowling and fun-filled activities for people with a disability and their carers at ZONE BOWLING Centres across Australia.
When:
Monday 3 December between 10am – 3pm
Where: All ZONE BOWLING venues across Australia
How: For more information visit www.zonebowling.com or phone 1300 368 067 to book in.

Further to IDPwD, ZONE BOWLING’s ‘Give Back’ program allows people with a disability to bowl for half price year-round.  Carers carrying a Companion Card are also entitled to a FREE game.  Since 2016, 334,030 games of bowling have been played by people with a disability and their carers at ZONE BOWLING Centres nationwide.

Image: Brenden Hall OAM, Australian Paralympic amputee swimmer celebrating IDPwD at ZONE BOWLING in 2017