The first leg of the Seattle Seahawks' 2017 12 Tour is in the books.
Yesterday concluded the first of two trips that go across the state of Washington and connect 12s with their favorite NFL team. The Seahawks' first expedition toured the Tri-Cities and began on Friday, June 16, starting in North Bend at a local Starbucks before hitting the cities of Union Gap, Toppenish, Kennewick and Richland. On Saturday, the 12 Tour continued to Walla Walla before ending on Sunday in Pasco, Othello and Cle Elum.
The second leg of the 12 Tour will travel to the Bellingham area beginning this Friday. You can visit Seahawks.com/12Tour for the formal schedule of events and follow the Seahawks on social media for their surprise stops.
Here are quick social media highlights from the first 12 Tour trip this past weekend:
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NBC’s Kristina Shalhoup put together a video recap of the Seahawks' trip to St. Michaels Haven Veteran Housing.
Bret Rankin of the Union Bulletin looked at the impact the 12 Tour had at the Walla Walla Sweet Onion Festival, which was packed (obviously) to say the least.
Finally, Dustin Brennan of the Tri-City Herald summarized how the Play 60 Character Camp in Pasco benefited the youth in Washington.
The best moments from the final day of 12 Tour Tri-Cities, which visited Pasco, Othello and Cle Elum.