A-LIGN Hosts 2019 Bowl-A-Thon, Raises $6,619 for Junior Achievement

Scaling the summit once again, A-LIGN CLIMBERS raised a total of $6,619 in our 2019 Bowl-A-Thon event supporting Junior Achievement (JA)!

The bracket-style Bowl-A-Thon event featured teams bowling for the chance to compete in the Summit Challenge against A-LIGN’s Chief Executive Officer, Scott Price and Chief Technology Officer, Gene Geiger.

Over the two weeks leading up to our Bowl-A-Thon event, CLIMBERS created teams and competed for a spot in the Fundraising Champion category. Helping to surpass our $5,000 fundraising goal for JA, the top individual fundraising awards went to Maggie Fowler, Savannah Lazzara and Danielle Griffin.

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In an exciting end to our Summit Challenge, Daltyn Murphey, Matt Wagner and Josh Salow defeated Scott and Gene. Blaise Wabo led Denver’s “Mile-High Magic” team as they bowled together and took home the title for Top Remote Bowling Champion.

Junior Achievement is one of the nation’s largest organizations dedicated to giving young people the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for the future and make smart academic and economic choices. Many of our CLIMBERS experienced the positive impact of JA programs in grade school and now support the organization today through fundraising and volunteering events.

The dedication of our CLIMBERS made A-LIGN’s Junior Achievement Bowl-A-Thon another huge success this year. A-LIGN is thankful for all of those who participated as we continue to “be all in,” serve our community and contribute to the success of today’s students.