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Short Hills, NJ - April 6th (Wednesday) to April 7th (Thursday) From Wednesday, 3:30 P.M. till Thursday, 12 P.M., Hilton Short Hills, 41 John F Kennedy Parkway, Short Hills, NJ 07078
White Plains, NY - April 7th (Thursday) to April 8th (Friday) From Thursday, 3:30 P.M. up until Friday, 12:30 P.M., The Ritz-Carlton Westchester, Three Renaissance Square, White Plains, NY 10601
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Conroe teen Jake Koppelman wished to ask his sweetheart, Cheyenne Cavanaugh, out to prom in a special fashion. Just asking her after school over drinks at Sonic just wouldn’t do.
Koppelman rather employed the music of George Strait to assist him with his promposal.
What’s a promposal, you ask? It's the new term for innovative ways teenagers are asking one another out for prom.
According to Taste Of Country, the young couple at Oak Ridge High School occur to both be huge fans of King George, and Koppelman decided he would use Straits 1995 hit Check Yes or No as a design template for his promposal.
Koppelman’s mom and younger sister made some poster boards engraved with the tune lyrics, and the young man presented them in order to Cavanaugh in a field of bluebonnets while on the way to participate in a Texas A&M baseball game.
Obviously, the girl said yes to him and they are slated to go to the prom this spring.
Texas A&M baseball, George Strait and bluebonnets. This couldn’t be more of a Texas promposal if Koppelman had actually popped the question while in line at a barbecue joint.
Strait s official Facebook page helped break the story earlier today.
The pair, according to Taste of Country, results from go to school on various sides of the country once they graduate, with Koppelman going to A&M and Cavanaugh playing softball for Belmont University.
Certainly Koppelman will be singing Carrying Your Love With Me to Cavanaugh on Skype for the next four years or two. It's the girl's preferred Strait tune, after all.
Now we need to deal with getting Strait himself to play this prom.
As Bob Dube dropped off his Texas longhorn at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, he saw the academic indication near its stall and declared it inaccurate. 7 feet? Wrong, he said: That is not the biggest spread a longhorn can have.
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