The History of the National Bowling Association
The National Bowling Association, Inc. is a non-profit corporation, organized in August 1939, in Detroit, for the express purpose of encouraging Blacks to develop their skills in the game of tenpins. Membership stretches from coast-to-coast with a growing population of adult and youth bowlers residing in the Eastern, Western, Central and Southern regions of the United States.
TNBA National Officers
- President: Gregory P. Green
- Vice President: John Collins, Sr.
- Executive Secretary/Treasurer: Annette R. Samuel
- National Director of Tournaments: Angela Jones
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The National Bowling Association, Inc.
9944 Reading Road
Evendale, Ohio 45241-3106
Phone (513) 769-1985
Fax (513) 769-3596