Every year, Junior Achievement hosts a bowl-a-thon to raise funds for its mission: helping prepare young people for the real world by showing them how to generate wealth and effectively manage it, how to create jobs which make their communities more robust, and how to apply entrepreneurial thinking to the workplace. Students put these lessons into action and learn the value of contributing to their communities
Each player was asked to raise $200 for Junior Achievement. Total Safety assisted toward that goal by donating $25 to each player and $25 to each team captain. Together, Total Safety raised $10,430 for Junior Achievement. Way to go!
Total Safety’s Houston area locations had a total of eleven teams participating in a fun-filled evening of bowling and whacky contests. Trophies were awarded for 1st-3rd place teams with highest scores and the best team costume. Prizes were awarded for the dance, karaoke and push-up contests. Everyone had their fill of pizza and fresh cookies.
- 1st place trophy was awarded to the Bipolar Rollers: team captain Sherri McNeill, Cesar Acosta, Michael Brasher, Heather Cornwell, Kacey Donaldson, Steve Self and Paul Ward
- 2nd place trophy went to Steve Long’s team: team captain Steve Long, Joshua Barnhill, Jamaal Landry, Jason Mulcare, Amanda Owen, and Pamela Owen
- 3rd place trophy went to Tammy Cossey’s team: team captain Tammy Cossey, Kristin Feril, Jon Mahan, David Watts and Mike Cossey
- Best costume was awarded to the Spider Strikes: team captain Shelby Denison, Lynn Aven, Joanna Calzada, Jennie Gutierrez, John Helms and Jennika Simmons