Fox News Coverage Of Tim Tebow Foundation Worldwide Prom Shines
In last week’s news cycle, perhaps nothing was as deserving of more media coverage than the Tim Tebow Foundation’s “Night to Shine” on Friday in which more than 720 churches across the United States and in more than 30 countries hosted more than 115,000 guests aged 14 and up, all of them with special needs, Fox News reported.
Reporters Caleb Parke (FoxNews.com) and Ainsley Earhardt (Fox & Friends) were part of only a few media teams that not only covered the event but did it well.
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Tim Tebow honors ‘kings and queens’ with special needs in worldwide prom
By CALEB PARKE
Tim Tebow’s favorite night of the year has finally arrived.
The outspoken Christian athlete and his wife, Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, visited three international locations ahead of Friday’s “Night to Shine” events…
“We have decided to go out of our way to make the biggest, the most special night of the year for people with special needs because they’re worth it and they’re special,” Tebow told Fox News.
Over 200,000 volunteers have prepared for the sixth annual celebration, where they rolled out the red carpet – literally – and guests were met with cheering paparazzi. The girls got their makeup done and the boys their shoes shined. Then they joined together for a catered dinner with party favors and activities, including dancing and karaoke.
The highlight of the night comes when each honored guest is crowned Prom King or Prom Queen as everyone cheers…
More on Tim Tebow Foundation’s Facebook page…
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