I would like to thank Comcast Spectacor and the Harlem Globetrotters for providing me with tickets to the March 8 performance of the Harlem Globetrotters. All opinions in this post are purely my own and a reflection of my delight with the Harlem Globtrotters.
There is nothing better for family than creating lasting memories as I do when I take my children to see the Harlem Globetrotters each year. The world-famous Harlem Globetrotters have an incredible reputation for entertaining crowds and keeping audiences on the edges of their seats. I first saw the Globetrotters in action when I was a young girl, many, many years ago. One of my greatest joys as a mother came when I took my children to see theGlobetrotters for the first time two years ago. The looks on their faces, the smiles and the way one of my twin girls spent the entire game literally on the edge of her seat with her mouth open and eyes shining is more precious than diamonds.
One really cool thing about the Globetrotters is that after the show, they make time to sign autographs for fans. I have not seen this happen at most other sporting events I have attended over the years. My children were particularly thrilled with this aspect of the Globetrotters. Another thrill we had was that after a game, we saw the opposing team out at a fast food restaurant where they were getting a quick meal. This was really cool because the children loved seeing them and being able to say hello, up close and personal.