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Bowling News USA - June 26, 2011 Bowl Expo 2011 Ready to Roll into Texas

The International Bowl Expo (IBE) is geared up and ready to hit to Texas for the first time. The 2011 installment of the bowling industry's premier event travels to the Dallas/ Fort Worth area, home to the International Bowling Campus in Arlington, Texas which includes the International Bowling Museum & Hall of Fame and the state-of-the-art International Bowling Training & Research Center.

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The 2011 IBE is not only historic because of the location, it will make history by having the United States Bowling Congress (USBC) conduct its Annual Convention toward the end of Bowl Expo week and by hosting the qualifying rounds and televised finals of Bowling's U.S. Women's Open. This is an exciting extravaganza planned for Thursday, June 30th at the renowned Cowboys Stadium also located in Arlington, Texas. With an extraordinary headquarter hotel like the Gaylord Texan in Grapevine, Texas and a fantastic featured keynote speaker like NFL Hall of Fame Quarterback and commercial real estate icon Roger Staubach, the 2011 International Bowl Expo promises to be absolutely the best.



IBE will have the usual incredible two-day trade show with hundreds of exhibits, tremendous educational program with over 45 seminars and workshops, BPAA's Annual Membership Meeting, a special event highlighting the International Bowling Museum & Hall of Fame, Welcome Reception and Seventh Annual International Bowling Karaoke SuperStar Finals, BWAA's conference, Club Bowlopolis and FPAC, all preceded by the Armed Forces Bowling Conference, IBPSIA's conference and USBC's Coaches Summit.

Some new offerings added to our educational program include Focus Groups where you will be able to observe and then participate in enlightening Q & A sessions with 4 different age groups to choose from. Also as a result of its unprecedented success and popularity, we're enhancing our technology labs to allow more time and space for attendees to learn.


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