The Ignite Your NATITUDE Tweet-Up

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For those involved in the Twitter community, tweet-ups have become a fun way for those who interact in the space and share interests to meet in person. To us, there is no better place to meet than the ballpark, and so, the Ignite Your NATITUDE Tweet-up (#IYNT) was born.

#IYNT will take place before and during the Nationals July 3 contest vs. the San Francisco Giants. To attend the event, we encourage fans to RSVP via Twitter using the hashtag #IYNT. Seat location for the event will not be released until the tickets actually go on sale on June 22, but the more people that RSVP, the better everyone’s seats will be! We’ll have great giveaways leading up to and during the event, as well as a bunch of others perks that we’ll tell you about as the date approaches. Read on for more details, and we hope you’ll join us for this exciting social media event!

WHO: All @Nationals followers

WHAT: First-ever Ignite Your NATITUDE Tweet-up (#IYNT)

WHERE: Nationals Park; Fans encouraged to RT and share with followers to improve seats – more RSVPs = better seats!

WHEN: Tuesday, July 3, 2012 at 6:35pm vs. San Francisco Giants; Gates open at 4:00pm; Tickets available June 22

DETAILS: The Nationals are excited to hold the inaugural Ignite Your NATITUDE Tweet-up (#IYNT) at the ballpark on Tuesday, July 3, 2012 when the Nationals host the San Francisco Giants at 6:35pm. In addition to providing a space for those who follow us in the Twittersphere to congregate and meet one another, we will be offering a special ticket discount and a commemorative poster exclusive to the event. The seating location for Tweet-up seats will improve the more RSVPs we receive before the on-sale date on June 22. Fans are encouraged to follow @Nationals for incentives to help improve the seating location as the June 22 on-sale date approaches.

On the day of the event, the Nationals will reward fans who show up early with prizes and offer additional pre-game interactive games and giveaways. Throughout the game, those who follow @Nationals will enjoy an interactive fan experience never before seen at Nationals Park.

Be sure to follow @Nationals on Twitter or visit for additional details as they are announced.


Going on 3 years the only part of the Nationals team that has not improved has been the OFFENSE. Going on 3 years the Nats have kept the same ineffectual hitting coach, Rick Ekstein. How about this year we really ignite our Natitude by giving Mr. Ekstein his walking papers and and bringing back Frank Robinson who has forgotten more about hitting than Mr. Ekstein will ever learn about hitting if he lives a dozen lifetimes.

Harold G. Pavel
Alexandria, Va.

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