The U.S. Army All-Star Bowl is the only High School All-Star game held in doors and currently has over a thousand participants (Coaches, Players, and Cheerleaders), more than 20 volunteers and it is the commitment of One Vision Promotions to the community and its kids to continue this unique game for future Kern County All Stars. Last year’s game was well attended by more than 3,500 spectators, mostly between the ages of 16-26. The game has been broadcast live on local radio and cable television, this years game is set to be broadcast livestreaming on KERO23abc. Local non profits and community / faith based organizations benefit from the event by receiving free tickets to attend the game. In 2009 the game began to award scholarships to players for their academic success and community involvement. Since 2009 the game has awarded over $18,000 in scholarships to players and cheerleaders.