Baltimore Hotel Honors Ray Lewis with Dandy of a Dancing Light Show
With the Baltimore Ravens advancing to the AFC championship game, Ray Lewis' final bow will feature more timely tackles and tremendous hits. And thanks to the people at the Baltimore Marriott, there will be a great deal more dancing as well.
The future Hall of Fame linebacker is choosing retirement after this season, and he's ending his impressive career in the emotionally packed landscape that is the NFL playoffs.
The video is quite simple to explain but no less interesting to watch, with an image of Lewis' number flashing before the classic dance he does before every game.
It makes sense that a local hotel would go through the trouble of creating a massive light show to honor a man who has meant so much to this town.
We don't know how long it will last or how often the Marriott Waterfront in Harbor East will be running it, but there was one commenter on YouTube who had some more information on the spectacle, saying "It was only there on Friday from like 6-9, but I would assume it may come back as long as they keep winning."
The Ravens are still a couple of wins away from giving the 37-year-old the best send-off into retirement, but the people of Baltimore are starting the party early.
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