When using a Record Display part the Date range is showing with alpha numeric characters

 When using a User-defined Data list to display a constituent record (event registration) on the Record Display part in BBIS. The Record Display part is showing with alpha and numeric character and not the date the user registered for the event. 
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Steps to Duplicate

1. In CRM, go to Administration > Application > Shell Design
2. Go to the User-defined Data List tab
3. Add a new Constituent Data list with the following criteria:
Include record where:
Lookup ID is not blank
and Online Information\Active is equal to Yes

Results field to display:
Name
Registrant\Event\Event name
Registrant\Event\Event start date
Registrant\Guest\Name
Registrant\Event\Event lookup ID
Lookup ID
Constituent record

( Screenshot provided http://screencast.com/t/qr4SXlSHe  )
 
4. Set Context record ID field to "Constituent Record" and Context record type to "Constituent"
5. Name the Data list and click save (Example Datalist - "BBIS - My Event")

6. In BBIS, under create select create a new page with a single placeholder
7. Create/add a new Record Display part to the page
8. Select Record type of Constituent and mark checkbox for Current User-defined
9. Click Advanced merge fields link and mark checkbox to enable the Datalist created above to make merge fields available in the form
10. Add the following merge fields to the form: http://screencast.com/t/9EYa7CiP
11. Click Save
12. Login to BBIS with a User that is registered to an Event 
13. Go back to the Record Display page/part
14. Note that the Date is showing with alpha and numeric characters and not the date the user registered for the event: http://screencast.com/t/qLLuYBNXbb

Environment

 Blackbaud Internet Solutions
 4.0
 4.0
 Service Pack 8

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