MERCURY MARTY RECAPS THE #REDSCARAVAN SELECT-A-SEAT EVENT AT GABP
Once again, Mercury Marty takes time out to write a recap of today’s Rock Star Tour visit to the Reds Select-A-Seat event at Great American Ball Park…
After a day in which the Rock Star Group did not make a public appearance, we hit the road running this morning after a very restful night spent in Lexington, Kentucky. We boarded the bus at 9am sharp (we’re always on time) it was a day weather-wise that started out gloomy, threatening and extremely windy. It was a day, with normal people that would’ve been considered extremely depressing – with the Chosen, it was a day that portended a lot of joy, a lot of camaraderie, and most of all, a lot of giving to our multitude of fans. And not surprisingly, as we tooled up Interstate 75, amazingly, the cloudy skies parted similar to the parting of the Red Sea. Bright Sunshine and blue skies beat down on Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati. We have grown used to seeing the weather change for the better everywhere we go and today, obviously was no different.
The Rock Star Group was the main attraction at the Select-A-Seat event at Great American Ball Park. And at the risk of sounding somewhat egotistical, we wowed them. The announcement that we promised, was received overwhelmingly by the record crowd. The announcement was that we are the worthy and humble recipients of the 2011 Courage and Camaraderie Award. Without becoming too wordy, it has to do with the relationship that the Chosen have, one to the other, as well as the relationship we developed instantaneously with the Reds fans we come into contact daily. Quite honestly, we are not surprised that we as a group were chosen for this prestigious award.
And here’s what it means, we simply work harder to put a smile on every face at each stop along the way.
Until next time,