The Rubber Bowl is a stadium in Akron, Ohio. It is primarily used for American football, and is the home field of the University of Akron "Zips" and high school football on Fridays. It is named after the predominance of the tire industry in Akron. The stadium opened in 1940, has a capacity of 31,000, and is located about three miles away from the main campus, next to Akron Fulton International Airport.
On August 1, 2007, The University Officials officially announced the approval of the new stadium, which is slated for groundbreaking in October 2007. Construction started January 25th 2008 with the demo of dorms and houses on stadium footprint. An official ground breaking was on held April 4th 2008. The stadium construction is on target to be completed before first game that is slated to be held on September 19, 2009 against Indiana.
Rubber Bowl all about being creative with crafty stamps ; Beavercreek store strokes creativity with rubber stamps, has nothing to do with Zips or housewares.
Nov 15, 2007; BEAVERCREEK -- Lori Enochian named her rubber stamp craft store The Rubber Bowl in honor of a football stadium in her hometown of...