With voting for the 2012 Major League Baseball All-Star Game ending tomorrow at 11:59 p.m., the Orioles will conclude their two-month #VoteOrange campaign with Vote Orange T-shirt Thursday. The first 10,000 fans age 15 and over in attendance at tomorrow night's game against the Cleveland Indians will receive a Vote Orange T-shirt.
The Orioles' Vote Orange promo team has made numerous appearances in neighborhoods throughout the city and will make one final stop along with the Oriole Bird at the Inner Harbor tomorrow from noon to 2 p.m. The promo team and Bird will also be at Oriole Park that evening to register fans. Those who sign up to vote the maximum 25 times will receive an "I VOTED" sticker as well as a $5 off voucher for a future ticket purchase, good for up to eight tickets (a $40 value).
Several local and national celebrities have voiced their support through social media for the Vote Orange campaign, including most recently Ray Rice of the Baltimore Ravens. Fans with Twitter and Facebook are encouraged to use the hashtag #VoteOrange and encourage their followers and friends to do the same.
The starting lineup and reserve players will be announced this Sunday, July 1, while the All-Star Game itself will be played on July 10 at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City.