Wii Bowl-A-Thon

Wii Bowl-A-Thon
Photo-A-Day #1453

Tonight I did my Virtual Bowl-A-Thon on the Wii. I bowled two games in an effort to raise money for the Niemann-Pick Children’s Fund. Dina Riccobono of Market Leverage encouraged me to do this since I could not make it to the event that they held down in Florida. So, I was there in spirit. I did pretty well too. You can watch the recorded video from Stickcam, which shows the games as they are played.

I also created a video after and during the bowling.

It was fun, I wish that there were people in the chat room that I could talk to between each frame or each game but that is okay. What I really hope is that people will sponsor me at $0.10 a pin per game. I bowled a 181 in Game 1 and a 191 in Game 2. It must have been something about bowling for charity because that was the best I’d bowled in a long time and I even made (Pro) in Wii Bowling after Game 1. So if you’d like to donate $18.10 for Game one or $19.10 for Game two or even $37.20 for the whole night then please go directly to The Niemann-Pick Children’s Fund Donation page. (You could round things up 🙂 I won’t tell 🙂 )

The other part of this was that I sent down some hats and some calendars to give as door prizes to the people who participated. I even sponsored Tim Jones on Team Affiliate Summit. I hope that he did well. His team came in second overall so that is great to hear.

Here are a couple more of the photos I took using the intervalometer while I bowled.

Wii Bowl-A-Thon Photos
I can’t believe how trim I look in this shot, camera angles I guess.

Wii Bowl-A-Thon Photos
I thought the White Man Overbite was just for dancing.

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7 thoughts on “Wii Bowl-A-Thon”

  1. Hey Drew- Just got back from the event and it was amazing! Sorry I couldn’t catch your UStream cast, we had a…unsteady (at best) wireless connection. Glad you did well, I’ll check out the videos tomorrow morning!

  2. Dina,
    I can’t wait to hear all about the event. Please let me know the amount of my total donation so I can send it in. I had fun, I’d probably do things a little differently next time, I need more cameras.

  3. Thanks you Michael,
    I see that you are a dad who would do anything for his kids. I hope that I have the kind of strength that you and your wife have in the face of adversity. Keep Strong and I was only more than happy to do something.

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