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Broncos' Terrance Knighton and Ryan Clady to host charity bowling event on September 8

Please see the press release below for details on a charity bowling event being put on by Pot Roast and Ryan Clady.

Doug Pensinger

Editor's note: Joining Terrance Knighton and Ryan Clady at the event will be teammates Von Miller, Kayvon Webster, Demaryius Thomas, Orlando Franklin, Brock Osweiler, Matt Praradis, Duke Ihenacho, T.J. Ward, Julius Thomas, and Malik Jackson.


DENVER, CO: Strikes For Kids is putting on their 2nd Annual "Orange & Blue Bowling Bash." The event will take place at Brunswick Zone XL in Lone Tree on Monday, September 8th from 5:30 P.M to 10:30 P.M. The first session will go from 5:30 P.M to 7:30 P.M and the second session from 8:30 P.M to 10:30 P.M.

Denver Broncos' Pro Bowl offensive lineman Ryan Clady and defensive lineman Terrance Knighton will be co-hosting each session respectively for this charity benefit. Each player will be joined by a group of teammates. The event will raise proceeds to go to benefiting The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver.

General admission for non-bowlers is $50 per person and bowling registration is $75 or $400 per lane (up to) 6 bowlers.

General admission includes: event shirt, event sack pack bag, Deuce brand band, unlimited arcade, unlimited laser tag, silent auction and raffle (autographs are not guaranteed).

Bowling entry includes: 3 games of bowling, shoes, event shirt, event sack pack bag, unlimited arcade, unlimited laser tag, billiards, (1) pizza per lane, pitcher of soda, silent auction and raffle

Pot Roast

Event tickets and sponsorship opportunities are available through their website, or by contacting Joe Allen (559-241-4412).

Joe Allen, the Founder/CEO of Strikes For Kids, created the non-profit organization to partner professional athletes with benefiting children's organizations around the . "The main things we try to share at our events are fun, being comfortable and accessibility to the athletes that these fans root for every Sunday," Allen said in a press release about the event.

This is the second Strikes For Kids event held in Denver. "Strikes For Kids is pleased to come back to the area. Last year we held our 1st Orange & Blue Bowling Bash hosted by Broncos' Julius Thomas, Matt Prater, Mitch Unrein and Duke Ihenacho that featured more than 750 people," Allen said.

"I couldn't be more excited to have the opportunity to work with Mr. Clady and Mr. Knighton and progress we've taken in the communities over the past year," Allen said. "Each event is a learning experience for me. I continue to be amazed by the hundreds of attendees who open up and share their story, their time and their hope for the causes we've decided to pull for."

About The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro:

Their mission is to inspire and enable young people, especially those who need it most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. Funds raised from the Second Annual Orange and Blue Bowling Bash will benefit 17 program sites in the area, serving more than 2,000 kids and teens each day and providing them with the chance to take part in a variety of impactful programs that are carefully designed to help them succeed in school and in life.

About Strikes For Kids:

Strikes For Kids, is a nonprofit organization that partners professional athletes with benefiting youth organizations in their community. This unique opportunity allows fans, local businesses and supporters of great causes in the community to come together for an evening of fun.  Strikes For Kids coordinates these bowling and golf events across the country.