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Vote for the Rocket Bow Tie to Appear in the World Series!

I want to ask you for your support by voting our Rocket bow tie to be on display during the Detroit Tigers’ appearance in the 2012 World Series.

Last year we partnered with Bow Tie Cause to design and produce our bow tie for our ‘Tie One On 2012’ event. The organization has a great partnership with Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal, and Rosenthal wore bow ties throughout the 2012 major-league season, including ours.

Bow Tie Cause thought it would be best to leave it up to their partners and the people that support their organizations to tell Ken which bow ties he should wear during the World Series. Therefore, they have launched the Bow Tie Challenge with the competition going until Noon on Monday, Oct. 22. The first World Series game will be played on Wednesday, Oct. 24.

How It Works

Vote on Facebook by “Liking” the UT Bow Tie.

The top four “like” getters are guaranteed to have Ken Rosenthal wear their Bow Tie during the World Series. If the series goes more than four games, Bow Tie Cause will adjust accordingly and will include the next “like” getters in order up to Game 7.

You can go here to vote for our UT Bow Tie. Please feel free to pass along as well!

In case you are interested, the overall Bow Tie Challenge link is:

Bow Tie Challenge

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Head coach Tod Kowalczyk took over the reins of the University of Toledo men's basketball program on March 30, 2010, bringing with him a proven record of success. Prior to taking over as the Rocket bench boss, Kowalczyk posted a 136-112 (.548) win-loss mark in eight years (2002-10) at the helm of UW-Green Bay's program and tallied a pair of 22-win campaigns in his final two seasons. He also produced a run of success that saw the Phoenix become one of just 18 teams in the nation to place among the top four in its conference each of the past seven seasons. Under Kowalczyk's direction, Green Bay restored its strong basketball tradition, averaging more than 16 wins per season while playing in a league that ranked among the nation's top 12 in RPI. On an individual basis, Kowalczyk coached 10 all-conference and four all-newcomer honorees during his UWGB tenure. In the classroom, the Phoenix were just as impressive as every student-athlete who completed his eligibility with the program graduated.




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