Mon, September 26, 2022

STORM/Roto Grip/900Global TOURNAMENT of CHAMPIONS - Auburn, MA - $ added

Tournament Type: Short

Tournament Type: Sport

Tournament Type: T of C

Hosted By: AMF Auburn Lanes

Make a reservation

Please complete the following form to reserve your spot today.

Please Note: For Teams, list All Bowlers names on same line - 1 Reservation per Team

  • Entry Fee: Regular Event: $80.00. Doubles / Trios: $80.00 per bowler.
  •                   Cambridge Credit Invitational $ 150.00
  •                   Masters: $150.00
  •                   TOC: $100.00
  •                   Yearly Membership $ 25.00
  • Your Reservation is NOT CONFIRMED until you pre-pay for your spot.  
  •  If you have not paid your membership for 2022 you will need to send $25.00 to confirm your spot.
  • Please pay within 20 minutes of making your reservation.  
  • Payments can be made on Venmo: @NEBATD  or on the Cash App: $NEBATD - (In Comments section please include Full Name, Cell Phone & E-Mail).
  • Once your payment has been received, you will receive a confirmation E-Mail, so please include email and cell phone number so we can reach you. 
  • COVID-19 - TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS: Please check the travel restrictions for all states applicable to you.  
  • Only one reservation is allowed per bowler / team. If you submit more than one reservation request you will be reserved for the selected squad in your last reservation.
  • For example, if you first make a reservation for the 9AM squad and then enter a reservation for the 6PM squad, your 9AM squad reservation will be ignored and you will be reserved for the 6PM squad.
  • Reservations close at 10PM on the Friday before the event.
  • All bowlers must have their names on the back of their shirts per NEBA Dress Code
  • For all new bowlers, please see the links for the FAQ and the video for Two Lane Courtesy
  • Bowler’s name is required on the back of their shirt within the first three tournaments. Failure to have name on your shirt can result in a fine of $10 per tournament. Repeated offenses can result in a $25 fine.

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