Social Media Helped Fans Celebrate The Ravens Worldwide

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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — If you weren’t at M&T Bank Stadium for the Ravens’ victory party, you were there in spirit.

Christie Ileto shows us how Ravens Nation beyond Baltimore got to join in on the festivities.

We didn’t just see incredible turnout downtown and at the stadium Tuesday, but also an enormous showing of Ravens love from those across the country and even around the world.

On Facebook, Sandy Kilian writes, “Ravens fan here, watching live from Florida! Thank you for allowing me to watch my beloved Ravens!”

The Ravens got some international love from Alex Miller who writes, “Watching in Portugal. Thanks for the live international feed! Go Ravens!”

And then our Super Bowl champs got a celebrity shout-out from George Clooney’s other half, Stacy Keibler, who Tweeted, “Watching @Ravens celebration live on @CBSBaltimore web stream. So happy for everyone in Bmore.”

Undoubtedly, this is a very proud day for the city and also for Ravens fans across the world who got a chance to be a part of the big moment.

WJZ aired the city’s big day live nationally on the NFL Network and streamed it live on our website and on WJZ’s media partner, the Baltimore Sun’s website.

Ryan Banbury wrote on Facebook, “Hey guys watching the parade live from Salt Lake City! Missing home immensely right now! Go Ravens!”

And Ravens love came from around the world.

Karmin Rey Tweets said, “I am currently watching the victory parade from an Army base in Germany. Even stayed up until 4:45 a.m. local time to watch the game. Love my Ravens!”

Neil Harold wrote, “Watching the Ravens Super Bowl parade live from Bangor in North Wales in the UK but wish I was back in M&T Bank Stadium for the celebrations!”

And across the country, Denise Hook wrote, “I am a die hard Ravens fan. I live in Arizona. Thank you so much for the great coverage you are giving…I feel like I am there! Good job, WJZ. Love those Ravens `hon.'”

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