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NORMAL CORNBELTERS ANNOUNCE DUCK DYNASTY STARS WILL APPEAR ON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1

Aug 31, 2013

NORMAL CORNBELTERS ANNOUNCE DUCK DYNASTY STARS WILL APPEAR ON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1

NORMAL, IL - The Normal CornBelters, presented by Illinois Corn Farmers, are excited to announce John Luke and Sadie Robertson, of the A&E reality show Duck Dynasty, will be appearing at The Corn Crib on Sunday, September 1. The CornBelters will face the Lake Erie Crushers in game two of a three-game series tonight at 7:00 p.m. at The Corn Crib.

“We’re thrilled to add this appearance to our promotional schedule,” said CornBelters General Manager, Kyle Kreger. “Anyone who watches television knows how popular Duck Dynasty is right now. When the opportunity presented itself, we simply couldn’t pass it up!”

The CornBelters will take on the Windy City Thunderbolts in the finale of a three-game home stand on September 1 at 6:00 p.m. at The Corn Crib. Gates will open at 5:00 p.m. There will be an exclusive “Meet and Greet” for the media, as well as select sponsors and group leaders, from 5:00 p.m. until 5:45 p.m. John Luke and Sadie will then throw out honorary first pitches and sign autographs on the concourse from 6:15 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Tickets, and sponsorship opportunities, are currently available. Individual game tickets start at only $5.00 each, and groups purchasing fifty or more Discounted Box Seats at $8.00 each will receive two (2) exclusive “Meet & Greet” passes! To purchase tickets, or for more information, please contact the CornBelters at (309) 454-2255 (BALL), stop by the Mid-Illini Credit Union Box Office at The Corn Crib or visit http://www.normalbaseball.com/.

The oldest son of of Korie and Willie Robertson, seventeen-year-old John Luke, strives to be all the Robertson family name represents. During his high school years he has proven himself as a leader in his church youth group and his school. At school, he has served as president of his class the past two years, is on the track team and plays for the tennis team. His summers are busy with mission trips and working at a Christian youth camp. He takes after his papaw Phil Robertson in many ways, two of which are his love of the outdoors and his love for teaching others about Jesus.

Sadie Robertson is well known for her dimples and engaging smile, but there is more to her than those two traits. She has the quick wit and humor of her dad, Willie, the southern grace of her mother, Korie, and the athletic ability of her papaw, Phil. She plays basketball, throws the javelin (currently sixth in the state) and plays tennis. She spends her summers on mission trips and working at a Christian youth camp. Her message to her peers is to let your light shine in all you do. She is fifteen-years-old. 

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