The Mayo Bowl is the largest professional athlete attended event in the New England area.
Super Bowl Champion and former New England Patriot's linebacker and co-captain, Jerod Mayo, has hosted the annual celebrity bowling tournament at Kings in Dedham, MA since 2010. The tournament has grown tremendously over the past six (7) years. Each year the Mayo Bowl sells out all twenty (20) bowling lanes, attracts well over 400 event attendees and reaches over 4.2 million individuals through social media.
In 2016, the Mayo Bowl had over forty (40) current and retired New England Patriots players as well as Jerod's friends - Boston Celtics player, Jared Sullinger and the New England Revolution's Brad Knighton. Some of the players that have been in attendance over the past six (7) years include:
Jerod Mayo Vince Wilfork Tedy Bruschi Danny Amendola
Tom Brady Patrick Chung Devin McCourty Malcolm Butler
Rob Gronkowski Dan Connolly Deion Branch Andre Tippett
Chandler Jones Matt Light Nate Solder Matthew Slater
Julian Edelman Randy Moss Joe Andruzzi Stephen Gostkowski
Dont'a Hightower Rob Ninkovich Troy Brown Jamie Collins
All proceeds from the Mayo Bowl benefit Boston Medical Center (BMC). In 2014, Jerod Mayo made a pledge to raise $1.5 million for BMC over the next three (3) years - 2014 to 2017. The 7th Annual Mayo Bowl contributed to this pledge by raising over $485,000.00!
Over the past six (7) years, the Mayo Bowl has raised a total of $1.2 million. Help us reach our goal and get to $1.5 million!
Monday, September 25, 2017
Schedule of Events:
6:00pm - Red Carpet & Team Check In
7:00pm - Celebrity Introductions
7:15pm - Bowling Tournament Begins
7:30pm - Dart Tournament Begins
8:30pm - Live Auction
9:00pm - Silent Auction Closes
9:30pm - Award Ceremony
Boston Medical Center (BMC) is a non-profit 496-bed medical center in Boston, Massachusetts. Boston Medical Center emphasizes community-based care, with its mission to provide consistently accessible health services to all. The largest safety net hospital in New England, Boston Medical Center provides a full spectrum of pediatric and adult care services, from primary care and family medicine to advanced specialty care. BMC is the largest and busiest provider of trauma and emergency services in New England. The Emergency Department had 130,000 visits last year.
Unwavering in its commitment to serve the community, Boston Medical Center is dedicated to providing accessible health care. Approximately 73% of BMC’s patient visits come from underserved populations, the low-income and elderly, who rely on government payors such as Medicaid, the Health Safety Net and Medicare for their coverage. More than 50 percent of BMC patients make less than $22,000 per year (for a family of four), many are new to the U.S. and the majority reside in Boston’s low-income, minority neighborhoods. As a result, BMC has become the glue to the city of Boston, offering nationally-recognized social services that tackle these obstacles and provide so much more than standard medicine. The care at BMC makes the seemingly impossible, possible for its patients—offering food, clothing and transportation assistance, addressing language and cultural barriers and providing access to chronic disease and cancer treatment support services to name a few.
Learn more at the BMC official website: www.bmc.org/about.htm