DollarDays to Partner up with Strikes For Kids for charity bowling event benefiting local youth

(Isstories Editorial):- Fresno, Jul 7, 2018 ( – Strikes For Kids is proud to announce the details surrounding the upcoming DollarDays Strikes For Kids Fresno Bowling Classic Presented by Ritas of Fresno Event. The noted non-profit organization Strikes For Kids specializes in coordinating sporting events to help bring together local communities. The organization plans on doing just that in Fresno on Tuesday July 10th at Bowlero when they host their annual charity bowling event which will be open to people of all ages and bowling skill levels.

Registration begins at 6:00 pm, followed by a bowling session and a silent auction. The event will be hosted by Former Fresno State standout now Detroit Lions lineman Kenny Wiggins. The charity event is benefitting the Strikes For Kids Backpack Giveaway Program Presented by DollarDays. The program provides a minimum of 100 backpacks filled with school supplies to children from local youth organizations.

Strikes For Kids has hosted over 100 events nationally so to have the opportunity to expand to the Central Valley we are excited and looking forward to it. said a Strikes For Kids representative. This year we look forward to giving the community a fun-filled bowling event that will help make a difference. To help show support, we are encouraging everyone to donate at the silent auction, buy a raffle ticket, and become a sponsor if they can.

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To register and learn more information about the DollarDays Strikes For Kids Fresno Bowling Classic Presented by Ritas of Fresno Event, visit their website directly at

Ticket Information: Spectator Ticket: $20 Bowler or Lane Ticket: $35/$200 Includes 90 minutes of bowling, rental shoes, one pizza and pitcher of soda per lane

About Strikes For Kids:

The nonprofit organization behind the event, Strikes For Kids, partners with more than 125 NFL and NBA athletes to enrich the lives of students and youth organizations in communities across the United States. They specialize in coordinating bowling, golf, and softball events that allow local communities an opportunity to come together while supporting a worthy cause.

About Ritas Italian Ice: Ritas Italian Ice opened its doors in Bensalem, Pa. in 1984, and has been dedicated to spreading Ice, Custard, Happiness! ever since. Now with more than 600 locations worldwide, guests around the world visit Ritas to celebrate their everyday moments with freshly made cool treats in a fun-filled atmosphere. Known for its famous Italian Ice, made daily featuring real fruit, and award-winning Frozen Custard, Ritas serves a taste of happiness with each delicious treat. For more information about Ritas Italian Ice, please call 1-800-677-7482 or visit

The Fresno, CA location opened its doors to the Fresno community back in April 2017 and offers fundraising opportunities throughout the year. For more information and inquires, please visit

About DollarDays:

DollarDays is a leading supplier of back-to-school supplies for the education and nonprofit sectors. The company has sold millions of backpacks since its founding in 2001, as well as more than 11 million units of school supplies in 2017 alone, including notebooks, crayons, pencils, rulers and other essentials. DollarDays strives to help charitable organizations such as Strikes For Kids achieve their projects and fulfill their missions. According to Ryan OLeary, the companys Director of Sales and Business Development, “DollarDays’ continued partnership with Strikes For Kids exemplifies our ongoing efforts to help nonprofits, educators and countless others when purchasing school supplies. We’re excited to see this program develop into a national opportunity to help thousands of children.”

Bowlero Fresno, located at 6450 North Blackstone Ave, Fresno, CA 93710

For more information about DollarDays, please call 1-877- 837-9569 or


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