Sea Gals to Participate in Armed Forces Tour in Europe

The Sea Gals will depart for Europe on March 5 for a 17-day trip in partnership with Armed Forces Entertainment.

RENTON, Wash.- The Sea Gals will depart for Europe on March 5 for a 17-day trip in partnership with Armed Forces Entertainment.  The traveling contingent will include nine Sea Gals.

Throughout the tour, the Sea Gals Show Group, led by Sea Gals director Sherri Thompson, will entertain utilizing a variety show format, sign autographs and visit with troops. They will perform nine shows over the 17 days, covering Italy, Germany and Kosovo.

The variety show features singing, dancing and crowd participation. Through the use of multiple and colorful costume changes and set changes, the show group presents themes ranging from modern NFL style, rock, hip hop, disco and patriotic tunes.

"It is an honor to be selected to participate in this prestigious international tour," said Sea Gals director Sherri Thompson.  "We look forward to connecting with Seahawks fans from all over the world."

Fans are invited to follow the team at www.SeaGals.com, via SnapChat 'TheSeaGals', Instagram @TheSeaGals, or Twitter @TheSeaGals, by following the Sea Gals' individual twitter accounts, or like them on Facebook at Facebook.com/Sea.Gals.

As the official Department of Defense agency for providing entertainment to U.S. military personnel overseas, Armed Forces Entertainment and its performers have the honor of supporting soldiers, airmen, marines and sailors by bringing them the very best in American entertainment.

Armed Forces Entertainment hosts more than 1,200 shows around the world each year, reaching more than 500,000 personnel at 270 military installations. From muddy make-shift stages to show-stopping extravaganzas, the performances bring a piece of home to those stationed far away from home.

Armed Forces Entertainment is proud to present our troops with the finest American entertainment and proud to represent the thousands of entertainers who have volunteered their time to give them a well-deserved break from the action.

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