Thursday evening, the Nashville Predators hosted their Fifth Annual Preds & Pins Celebrity Bowling Tournament presented by UnitedHealthcare. More than 30 celebrities showed up to Hermitage Strike and Spare to support the cause and raise money for the 365 Pediatric Cancer Fund, which helps fund research at Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt.
With a goal to raise $30,000, fans and celebrities packed the bowling alley, eager to play a good game and help make a difference alongside some of Nashville's favorite locals. Television and radio personalities, Preds broadcasters and alumni, MLB players and Preds players, all came together to support the cause, many of whom have come year after year.
"The best thing with this event is the consistency of people that come annually," Senior Director of Community Relations Rebecca King said. "They enjoy it, and they ask in the summer when we are doing it. It's just pure, good fun and something that people look forward to participating in."