Chamber Bowl 2023

Become part of Chamber Bowl!

Join us for the Chamber Bowl tournament on February 25, 2023 a Saturday afternoon at Clancy’s Village Bowl.  Networking starts at 12 noon and the tournament kicks off at 1 p.m. This tournament has been such a hit that we can hardly wait each year! Plan to join us for three games of 8-9-or-strike with cash prizes, and door prizes. We have a blast - come early and STRIKE up a conversation!

A team of 5 bowlers for only $150 if made before February 2nd.  Thereafter the cost per team is $175.  Take avantage of the early bird discount!  Cash Prizes for high man, high woman and high team.  New this year:  Best Dressed at the Bowl.  We will present a team prize for the best shirts at the Bowl.  This event has sold out in the past so plan early for your team reservations.  Registration forms are available here.


Some sponsorship opportunities are still available for this sold out event!

Presenting Sponsorship includes one team, logo on all marketing materials, banners at the event and the opportunty to greet guests at the event. 

The Corporate Sponsorship includes recognition at the event and on all marketing materials, logo on freestanding table tents on all 54 tables, complimentary team of 5 bowlers, and 2 complimentary lane sponsorship signs.

The lunch room sponsorship includes logo recognition on all meal tickets, logo recognition on some marketing materials including flyers and emails, a complimentary lane sponsorship and recognition in the lunch room via supplied banners for just $300.  

A lane sponsorship includes one banner displaying supplied artwork or company logo hung over 1 lane for just $50 per banner.

To learn more about sponsorships or to secure a sponsorship, contact Brenda Brumfield or call 765-751-9127.

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Brenda Brumfield
Communications Coordinator
Prior to joining the Chamber team, Brenda was a legislative aide for the Indiana House of Representatives, and a speechwriter for the House Republican caucus. Brumfield joined the Chamber staff in 1992. She worked as the Director of Advocacy until 1998 when she left to pursue other opportunities with her growing family. She rejoined the Chamber team as Director of Community & Government Relations in May of 2007. Her responsibilities include serving as a liaison between the business community and elected officials at the local, state and national level. She also plans events to allow chamber members the opportunity to interact with elected officials. She earned her undergraduate degree from Indiana State University in Terre Haute.