Manny’s Celebrity Bowling Fundraiser
CLEVELAND, OH- Cleveland Indians Manager Manny Acta, his ImpACTA Kids Foundation, and Cleveland Indians Charities are excited to announce the 2nd Annual “Manny Acta’s Celebrity Bowling Fundraiser,” to be held from 5-9pm on Thursday, August 23rd at the Corner Alley on East 4th Street in Downtown Cleveland.
Fans who purchase tickets will have the unique opportunity to interact and bowl with Cleveland Celebrities as well as get autographs and take pictures with them. Proceeds will be used to provide opportunities to needy children in Cleveland and the Dominican Republic. Last year, fans enjoyed the event with Cleveland Band Flipside and celebrities such as Chris Perez, Asdrubal Cabrera, Jason Kipnis, Justin Masterson, Ubaldo Jimenez, Carlos Santana, and Sandy Alomar Jr. This year, Manny has invited the Entire Cleveland Indians Team as well as several New York Yankees players such as Robinson Cano and Nick Swisher. Flipside will play a free concert on East 4th Street as well.
Manny Acta created this event to help make an even greater positive impact on needy children in Cleveland and the Dominican Republic while providing a unique fan experience for Cleveland Indians fans.
Interested fans and corporate sponsors can attend by CLICKING HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS.
LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE: There are TWO types of tickets available for purchase to Manny Acta’s Celebrity Bowling Fundraiser.
|Individual Celebrity Access Tickets:
|Group VIP Sponsorship & Bowl with Celebrities
CHARITABLE ACTIVITIES: Proceeds will be used to provide scholarship opportunities to Cleveland area kids, build homes in the Dominican Republic, and help other needy children in Cleveland and the Dominican Republic.
The ImpACTA Kids Foundation is Manny Acta’s non-profit organization focused on providing opportunities to children to accomplish their dreams in Cleveland and the Dominican Republic. Cleveland Indians Charities is the charitable arm of the Cleveland Indians that focuses on providing education and recreation opportunities to the youth of Northeast Ohio.