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Barbasol, PBA Sign Two-Year Barbasol PBA Players Championship Agreement


COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Professional
Bowlers Association and Barbasol have agreed to a two-year partnership agreement that will return the Barbasol PBA Players
Championship to Wayne Webb's Columbus Bowl in 2017 and 2018, PBA CEO and Commissioner Tom Clark announced today.

The 2017 Barbasol PBA Players Championship, a major championship on the 2017 PBA Tour schedule, will conclude with live ESPN television coverage on Sunday, Feb.
12, at 1 p.m. ET.

Barbasol's continuing role as the Official Shaving Cream of the PBA will also include jersey sponsorship of the PBA League's Motown Muscle team, which will be part of the 2017 PBA League Elias Cup competition in Portland, Maine, in April.
Under Barbasol's sponsorship, the PBA Players Championship returned to PBA major title status in 2016 when PBA rookie Graham Fach of Guelph, Ontario, won the $40,000 first prize and became the first Canadian ever to win a PBA Tour title.

Barbasol has been a key PBA partner since
2013 when the Barbasol PBA Tournament of
Champions was held at Woodland Bowl in Indianapolis, the city where Barbasol was
invented in 1919. The PBA Players
Championship in Columbus now brings the event closer to the company's headquarters
and manufacturing facilities, which are based in Ohio.

"We are very proud to continue our long- standing partnership with the PBA," said John Price, President of Perio, Inc. "Barbasol's rich legacy of sports sponsorships and strong American heritage are a great fit with the PBA and its loyal fan base, and we're excited to keep the Barbasol Players Championship in Columbus, Ohio."

The two-year agreement, PBA CEO and Commissioner Tom Clark said, will help all parties associated with the event.
"The PBA is extremely excited to not only renew our relationship with Barbasol, but to expand it to 2018 which gives all parties, including our players, a chance to build upon a great event," said PBA CEO and Commissioner Tom Clark. "It's a great opportunity for our host center, the Columbus bowling community and for PBA fans around the world, and we thank Barbasol for helping make that happen."

Article was posted with permission from Stars & Strikes, America's Bowling Newsmagazine.