About Our Event

Since 2000, Brandon Bennett has worked tirelessly for Prevail to raise funds for one of our largest fundraising events. The City vs. County bowling event is a fun and friendly competition between the City of Noblesville and Hamilton County Employees to raise much needed funs. The event is a success because of bowler's passion and provides the opportunity to have fun, build camaraderie and support a great cause. 

  • Teams are comprised of 5 bowlers (registration is $300/team) and will bowl three games.
  • We ask that your team fundraise through personal donations, sponsorship and silent auction items. 
  • Six VIP lanes are available for the first teams to raise over $500! 
  • Prizes include:
    • Top three individual fundraisers: these are the bowlers who get the most sponsorship dollars.
    • Charlie Jones Hustle Award: the bowler who brings in the most donations, doesn't matter the dollar amount, just how many donations you can get!
    • Top Scoring City & County Bowling Team both receive trophies and prizes for each team. 
    • Best Use of Team Theme (Favorite Movie Characters): The team that comes up with the most creative and spirited use of the theme. 
    • Lowest Scoring Team is bond to walk away with something fun for their efforts. 

About Prevail

For over 20 years, our community has come out for this fun, competitive and rewarding event to compete for prizes, trophies, bragging rights and, most importantly, support Prevail. All proceeds from this event will provide our community with advocacy, education, awareness and support services to men, women and children who have been a victim of crime or abuse. 

In 2021 alone, Prevail served over 3,600 clients, of which 408 where children. Through Prevails Prevention Program, our specialist Maddie has presented Healthy Relationship curriculum to 135 groups, reaching 3,009 students.  To learn more about Prevail visit their website.


Thank you to our Sponsors for all their support! 

Sponsorships start as low as $150. Click here to learn more.