Jason Belmonte, Norm Duke headline PBA Super Clash with NFL greats, other celebrities Feb. 5 at Katy center
There’s more than one way to go Super Bowling in Houston next month.
NFL Hall of Fame finalist Terrell Owens and Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson will headline an all-star lineup of professional bowlers – including three-time PBA Player of the Year Jason Belmonte, Hall of Famer Norm Duke, Parker Bohn and Bill O’Neil – and other celebrities on Super Sunday, Feb. 5, for the Main Event PBA Super Clash.
The event will air live on ESPN from 1-3 p.m. CST from the Main Event Entertainment center in Katy, Texas. (Several other current and retired NFL players have confirmed their participation, subject to availability, and will be announced soon.)
“We are excited that sports fans will have this great entertainment alternative as a warm-up to the Super Bowl,” said PBA CEO & Commissioner Tom Clark. “Being live on ESPN from one of the most cutting-edge entertainment centers in the country with an exciting bowling show will be fun for the whole family. Like watching the Super Bowl, bowling is one of America’s favorite pastimes. When the best bowlers in the world mix it up on the lanes with NFL greats on Feb. 5 from the Main Event in Katy, Texas, it is sure to be a memorable show.”
Admission is free to this exciting event. VIP seating, in view of ESPN’s live coverage, is available by contacting the Main Event Katy sales team at 281.394.4800. The Katy center is located at 24401 Katy Freeway.
“We’re thrilled to host the Main Event PBA Super Clash at our Katy center, and to showcase our ‘Eat. Bowl. Play.’ experience to ESPN viewers around the country,” said Amy Phillips, Director of Promotions & Programming at Main Event Entertainment. “The PBA has been an awesome partner on this event and we’re excited to have so many big names from sports and entertainment joining us on Super Sunday. It’s going to be a lot of fun and a great show!”
In addition, other NFL players will be hosting “Super Bowling” events at the Shenandoah, Webster and Stafford Main Events, during the same time period on Super Sunday. More details to come!
Main Event features state-of-the-art bowling, multi-level laser tag, interactive and virtual video games, a high ropes adventure course and other fun activities, along with delicious chef-inspired American fare, creative cocktails and beer and wine in a high energy bar and signature artisan pizzas at LaBella’s Italian inspired food.
Founded in 1998, Dallas-based Main Event Entertainment is rapidly growing, with 31 restaurant and entertainment centers across the United States. Main Event features a unique “Eat. Bowl. Play.” experience for groups to let their fun out together. Serving over 20 million guests annually, Main Event offers state-of-the-art bowling, over 100 virtual and interactive games, multi-level laser tag, chef-inspired dining and a high-energy, full-service bar, making it the perfect place for families, young adults and groups of all ages to Head for Fun. Learn more and see our photo gallery at mainevent.com.
The Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) is an organization of more than 3,200 of the best bowlers from 27 countries who compete in PBA Tour, PBA International Tour, PBA Regional, PBA Women’s Regional and PBA50 Tour events. The PBA is in its 56th consecutive year of nationally televised competition, reaching bowling fans around the world who follow PBA activities through the PBA Network, which includes Xtra Frame, the PBA’s exclusive online bowling channel, ESPN and CBS Sports Network, and the PBA on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. PBA sponsors include Barbasol, Bass Pro Shops, Brunswick, Ebonite International, GEICO, Grand Casino Hotel and Resort, HotelPlanner.com, MOTIV, 900 Global, PBA Bowling Challenge Mobile Game, South Point Hotel Casino and Spa, Storm Products, the United States Bowling Congress and Wheaties, among others. For more information, log on to pba.com.