W15H Partners Up with the SEC Nation at Texas A&MNovember 13th, 2014
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Jacksonville, FL (November 13, 2014) – On November 15, 2014, hundreds of college football fans will tune in to watch SEC Nation debate the outcome of the Texas A & M vs. Missouri game that evening. One very special young lady, 20-year-old Chelsie Watts, will get a behind-the-scenes view of SEC Nation as a part of her W15H to meet Tim Tebow through the Tim Tebow Foundation W15H Program.
Chelsie will be joining Tim on the set of SEC Nation on Saturday morning, following a Friday filled with shopping, pampering at a spa and dinner at one of College Station’s best restaurants. Chelsie shares her excitement about spending time with Tim, saying, “It means the world to me to have a W15H because I get to meet and interact with Tim who I have admired for a long time because of his love for God. He is always himself and is a faithful witness for the Lord.”
In August 2011, Chelsie was diagnosed with Appendiceal Adenocarcinoma, a rare form of cancer that affects the appendix. After two years of intense chemotherapy and multiple surgeries, she celebrated what she thought would be her last chemo infusion. After a year of college, Chelsie was experiencing excruciating pain and a trip to the hospital confirmed that the cancer was back. Chelsie continues to battle cancer with incredible faith and determination saying “I’ve got a lot of fight left and I’m not going to give up.”
The Tim Tebow Foundation W15H program fulfills the wishes of children with life-threatening illnesses who dream of meeting Tim Tebow. Each W15H child receives a custom experience and in addition, a unique W15H gift package containing exclusive W15H luggage, official W15H t-shirts, a Nike duffle bag, a copy of Tim’s book Through My Eyes, Florida Gators: 2008 National Championship book, a personalized Bible and more.