2019 BFR Registration
Save endangered wildlife in a night of bowling!
Thursday, July 18, 2019 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Doors open at 5:30 pm
8255 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819
Choose from one of two bowling sessions:
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Registration at the door (limited availability pending pre-registration sales):
Non-Bowlers - available at the door only:
Please select your bowling session first before proceeding to check-out.
8 bowlers will be placed per lane
Please list who you are paying for first, followed by the rest of the bowlers on your lane.
Please list everyone (first and last names), to the best of your ability, who will be bowling with you on your lane to ensure we are placing the correct people on your team.
The entire team does not have to register at the same time. Team name and list of bowlers helps us to assign you correctly with your team-mates.
If you do not have a full team, other bowlers may be assigned to the lane with you.
Entry fee with Bowling includes: One large pizza per lane, unlimited bowling for two hours, event giveaway item, shoe and ball rental, access to the silent auction and raffle.
Non-bowler entry fee includes: event giveaway item, access to silent auction and raffle
Silent Auction with Zoo Animal Paintings, tickets, and more!
Bowling alley has access to a full service bar and restaurant (drinks and additional food not included in registration)
Can't attend? You can still make a difference! Please consider making a donation. The rhinos thank you for your support.
Bowling for Rhinos
Each year the American Association of Zoo keepers (AAZK) sponsors a fund raising bowl-a-thon called “Bowling For Rhinos” (BFR). AAZK chapters participate throughout the US and Canada raising over $500,000 annually. Funds raised through BFR benefit the International Rhino Foundation, one of the largest rhino foundations with a long history of conservation, study and protection of rhino populations; the Lewa Wildlife conservancy, a targeted foundation and wildlife sanctuary in Kenya where half of the country’s wild rhino population is protected and thrives; and Action for Cheetahs, a key supporter in the conservation of rhinos which share much of the same habitat as cheetahs.
For more information please visit AAZK.