In November 1993 Ritchie, Rudolph, and Gardiner founded the BPAA on Bainbridge Island, a rural community 10 miles west-northwest of Seattle, Washington.
Internet communication will also allow the BPAA to exchange data with other amateur organizations worldwide.
Hoping to reverse this trend, the BPAA has set its sights on a tantalizing prize the Westinghouse Science Talent Search.
What the BPAA lacked in money its members made up for in vitality.
BPAA will be integrating Mobivity's patented technology into its existing customer relationship management system and provide its member bowling centers with the ability to engage consumers direct to their cell phones.
With over 5,000 local advertiser locations across America already leveraging Mobivity's patented technology, BPAA was uniquely focused on deploying technology that could scale nationally while enabling local business operators the autonomy of a self-contained solution.