Friday, July 25, 2008

Missy on "Let's Go Bowling!" Talk Radio Show LIVE this Tuesday, July 29th

Missy will make a guest appearance on the "Let's Go Bowling!" talk radio show, this Tuesday, July 29th LIVE 5-6 PM Eastern on 1340 WTAN AM & 1350 WDCF AM or online at

Be sure to tune in!

Any previous "Let's Go Bowling!" shows have a 24-7 FREE access on the listen pages at

Missy Named to Top 100 Coaches List

Missy Bellinder was named one of the Top 100 Coaches by Bowlers Journal International magazine for the second year in-a-row.

Missy coaches via private instruction, bowling clinics and also was the CSU, Long Beach bowling instructor for a year-and-a-half.

Father, Frank Bellinder was also voted to the Top 100 Coaches list for the third straight year.

For more information on Missy's coaching, please visit the coaching section of the website.

Monday, July 7, 2008

Happy 4th of July!


I hope everyone had a Happy and safe 4th of July weekend!

I definitely did and it was good to be home and spend time with my family and friends!

On the 4th of July, my family and I had a waffle breakfast and then had a BBQ dinner complete with steaks, baked potatoes, white corn (my favorite) and cake for dessert. We hung out, swam in the pool, played ping pong and board games.

Then after dinner my parents and I went to the Angel's baseball game. It was an awesome game! A carrier jet flew over the stadium as the national anthem was being sung and the Angel's won 8-2! Following the game, there was a spectacular 25-minute firework show! I LOVE fireworks and it was awesome! The fireworks were choreographed to different patriotic music. It was amazing!

Saturday and Sunday I went shopping, watched the movie Hancock (which I liked) and just hung out. It was a very relaxing weekend!

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Missy Hired by PBA to Assist in PR Efforts

Click on the link below to read the official press release of the PBA's hire of both Missy Bellinder and the renowned sports public relations/marketing firm Brener Zwikel & Associates.

The Bottom of the Grand Canyon

On the final day of vacation, I took an all-day bus/jeep tour to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. This relatively new tour takes you from Williams to the Grand Canyon Caverns, one of the only dry caverns in the world.

On the way to the caverns, we passed through the route 66 town of Seligman, AZ which was the true inspiration for the Disney movie "Cars." The town is filled with old cars that have eyes on the windshields, like the cartoon characters.

After the caverns, we then took an open air jeep (similar to the pink jeep tour) and drove down a dirt road that descended to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. While on the road, we fed wild burrows (donkeys) and inhaled a lot of dirt. LOL!

Once at the bottom, we ate lunch right next to the Colorado River. After lunch we dipped our feet into the chilly 48 degree water to cool off from the 112 degree heat.

It was a great end to an amazing vacation!

Vacation at the Grand Canyon

Hello everyone!

After my trip to Sedona, I took the Grand Canyon railway from Williams, AZ to the Grand Canyon National Park. The whole-day itinerary included a wild west show, round trip train ride to the South rim of the Grand Canyon and a train robbery on our trip home.

On the train ride we even saw an antelope.

The whole day was lots of fun!

We finished off our evening looking around the historic route 66 town of Williams, AZ. Most of the buildings were built in the early 1900's. And most nights there is a gun shootout show and a confederate marching band parading the streets. We ate the best Mexican food outside on the patio of Pancho McGillicuddy's, where we listened to an awesome musician sing, play the guitar and harmonica. I highly recommend seeing this quaint town deemed "the gateway to the Grand Canyon."