Continuing the Tom Clark interviews Tom Clark series, we have commissioner of the Pro Bowlers Association (PBA) Tom Clark. He has been the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Tour Commissioner since 2011, and with the PBA since 2008. He was the United States Bowling Congress (USBC) Vice President of Marketing from 2005-2008. Before working in bowling, he was a sportswriter and assignment editor at USA TODAY.
Tom is from Syracuse, NY, has resided in Virginia and North Carolina, and lives near Milwaukee with his wife Kelli and two kids. Daughter Quinn is about to start grad school at Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism and son Rory is set to attend and bowl for University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Rory carries a 228 average with a 300 game.
The PBA, established in 1958, is the highest level of professional bowling in the world, with the best players and events in the sport, awarding millions of dollars in prize money each year and seen regularly on FOX Sports and CBS Sports Network. This June 15-20, the PBA will be live on FS1 with the "King of the Lanes" series. Visit PBA.com for more information.
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