The Lowell Spinners, Class A
affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, want YOU to join us and the Massachusetts
Dental Society (MDS) for "Floss Night" with the Spinners, Wednesday, June 29.
The event will feature thousands of fans flossing their teeth simultaneously,
using Glide floss picks donated to the MDS by Procter and Gamble.
Spinners fans are no strangers to
World Record attempts, having taken in part in previous World Record attempts
for the most people simultaneously popping bubble wrap as part of 2010's
"Celebration of 50 Years of Bubble Wrap," and the world's largest game of Duck,
Duck Goose August 14, 2004 (recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records).
"We are very excited at the
possibility of yet another World Record coming through LeLacheur Park," said
Spinners Master of Fun Jon Goode. "We're in the business of creating memories
and being part of a World Record is sure to be a moment fans will remember for
years to come!"
Fans will receive their free Glide
floss pick upon entry to LeLacheur Park, but be asked to hold back their
excitement for flossing until the fourth inning. During the middle of the fourth
inning, fans will be prompted to join the Spinners on-field MC, as well as
Canaligator, Allie-Gator and more in attempting a new world record attempt.
Fan-favorite Bristles will also be on hand for photos, autographs and more!
"While this is geared towards a
fun promotion and a night to remember, it is also about promoting oral health,"
said Goode. "We are happy to partner with the MDS to make this exciting event
happen at LeLacheur Park!"
Tickets for the game are available
now at www.LowellSpinners.com or by
phone at (978) 459-1702. For more information on the MDS, contact Bethann Dacey
Dental Society (MDS) is a 5,000 member professional association and statewide
constituent of the American Dental Association. Established in 1864, the MDS is
an organization dedicated to improving the oral health of the public in the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and also advancing the professional development
of its membership through initiatives in education, advocacy and promotion of
the highest professional standards.
This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.