Bowl with 49ers cornerback Tramaine Brock

Aug 14, 2012 at 1:34 PM--


San Francisco 49ers cornerback Tramaine Brock is holding a contest with fans. He will select fans to hang out with him for a night of bowling. All you have to do is post on Twitter.

"Think you can Bowl better than me? Come out and prove it. Enter the #BowlwithTBrock contest and win the opportunity to come hang out with me for a fun night of Bowling," said Brock on his official blog.

Rules:

  • To enter the contest, send out a Tweet using the hashtag, #BowlwithTBrock and let him know why he should pick you.
  • You can send out as many Tweets as you like.
  • You have until 5:00 PT, Friday, August 17 to enter the contest.
  • On Friday night, Brock will announce (4) winners.
  • On Tuesday, August 21, the Winners will join him for a night of Bowling.





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