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Storm will be "Tebowing" on Night of Fellowship
02/14/2012 5:48 PM ET
 
Lake Elsinore, CA - The California League Champions Lake Elsinore Storm want to spread their championship success to Tim Tebow.

On Friday, July 13th, the Storm will host their 8th annual Night of Fellowship and treats fans to a night of baseball, faith, fireworks, and "Tebowing". After his heart breaking loss in the 2011 playoffs, the Storm wants to help bring "Tebowing" back to life. On this night, the team will attempt to hold the world's largest group of people "Tebowing" at Storm Stadium.

The Storm promise fans that there will be no "Bradying" during this night of fellowship in hopes that Tebow will never be in the "Bradying" pose during the course of his NFL career.

Tebowing.com defines "Tebowing" as "to get down on a knee and start praying, even if everyone else around you is doing something completely different."

"It's a chance for us to celebrate Tim Tebow has done in a unique way and to add to our fun Night of Fellowship," said Director of Group Sales Raj Narayanan.

Area church groups are encouraged to attend for some spiritual fun that includes a pre-game meet and greet picnic as well as Christian bands performing at the ballpark. Prior to the game, there will be player testimonials and pastor messages while during the game inspirational videos, provided by the churches in attendance, will be played on the stadium video boards.

"We are happy to be able to host the annual Night of Fellowship with the help of Student Venture," commented Narayanan. "It's a great opportunity for us to continue to bring affordable family fun while providing a positive message and giving people yet another festive reason to come out to the ballpark."

For tickets and to be part of this memorable night contact the Storm at 951-245-4487 or buy online at www.stormbaseball.com.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.
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