ShuffieldLowman employees and their family members of all ages laced-up bowling shoes and hit the lanes recently at the Aloma Bowling Center for the firm’s annual Junior Achievement Bowl-A-Thon fundraiser. This firm tradition, started in 2010 by attorney Bill Lowman, a longtime volunteer with JA and a current Junior Achievement of Central Florida Foundation Trustee, is more than just fun, it also raises funds to support the good work of the organization. This year, the firm raised more than $2,000 through the hard work of team captains, generous donations and a contribution by the firm. Last year the JA Bowl-a-Thon fundraiser raised enough funds to help provide practical economic programs to 77,000 students in local schools. As a thought leader and creator of innovative work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy programs, Junior Achievement inspires and prepares young people to succeed in a global economy.