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Seahawks to End '12th Man Tour' at Shock Game This Weekend

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The Shock play their final game of the season this weekend against the Tampa Bay Storm (Photo: FILE / SWX) The Shock play their final game of the season this weekend against the Tampa Bay Storm (Photo: FILE / SWX)

by Spokane Shock

As the Spokane Shock prepare for their final game of the 2012 regular season, they will welcome the Seattle Seahawks to this week's game as Honorary Team Captains against the Tampa Bay Storm. Ricardo Lockette, Roy Lewis, Sea Gals and Front Office Staff will be present to represent the Seahawks organization and kickoff the Shock's season finale at Spokane Arena this Saturday at 7pm PST.

This weekend will mark the final appearance of the Seattle Seahawks "12th Man Tour" after traveling the Northwest for the past four weeks. Players, Sea Gals, and Blitz have made stops in Portland, Vancouver (BC), Kennewick, and Lake Chelan as they will end the tour right here in Spokane.

For the seventeenth consecutive year the Seahawks also hosted the Gatorade Junior Training Camps which consist of two hour clinics focusing on football instruction, life skills messages, as well as self-improvement and motivational life-skills.

Following Saturday night's AFL matchup between Spokane and Tampa Bay, the Seahawks and Shock will be hosting post-game activities across the street from Spokane Arena at The Tailgater (1221 N Howard). Beginning right after the Shock game, head on over for food and beverages at the Shock's Official after-party and cap off the 2012 season with the 12th Man Tour.

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