By Danielle Bertiger
May 20, 2015
After working three consecutive 17-hour days, the photo shoot for the 2015-16 Titans Cheerleaders calendar has wrapped.
The Panama City Beach News visited the cheerleaders before their early morning shoot. Around lunch time, a few of the cheerleaders helped out at a Car Wash and raised over $600 in just under two hours for the 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb.
In the evening, the team wrapped up its final shoots and celebrated at the beautiful Oceans Restaurant on location at Edgewater Beach and Golf Resort.
Tomorrow morning they head back to Nashville, where they will start training camp next week.
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Day 3 of 2015 Titans Cheerleaders Calendar Shoot
A New York Titans Siren
Every year the highlight of the Redskins Draft Day Party at FedEx Field is the debut of the new First Ladies of Football. This year was no exception.
I snapped a few photos of the RPD during the Rockets playoff run.
Kings Vision was on hand for the 14-15 Ice Crew calendar photo shoot ! Check out this profile featuring Ms. February 2015, Becky!
Titans Cheerleaders Begin Calendar Shoot at Edgewater Beach and Golf Resort
By Danielle Bertiger
May 18, 2015
Last night, the 2015 Titans Cheerleaders arrived at the Edgewater Beach and Golf Resort for their annual calendar shoot. They enjoyed a decadent meal at the famous Firefly Restaurant, where country music star Dierks Bentley and President Obama have both dined. This morning the first shoot began on the beach just at sunrise. The cheerleaders continued at Hombre Golf Club, where the PGA Qualifying Tournament was held, and mingled with several Titans fans who were out on the course today. Finally, the day concluded with Titans-themed swimsuits on the beach at dusk. Check back for more updates throughout the week!
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Day 1 of 2015 Titans Cheerleaders Photo Shoot
Titans Cheerleaders Conduct Beach Bootcamp at Calendar Shoot
By Danielle Bertiger
May 19, 2015
Hard to believe the Titans Cheerleaders are more than halfway done with this year’s calendar shoot. This morning, they made great use of the beautiful waterfalls at Edgewater Beacn and Golf Resort for a few of the shoots. Afterwards, Captain Anne P. led an intense beach bootcamp workout (just minutes after she shot)! During lunchtime there was a meet and greet at Edgewater’s onsite restaurant, Oceans, for the guests of the resort. In the evening, the crew headed over to Laketown Wharf to do some more shoots during their famous fountain shows.
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Day 2 of 2015 Titans Cheerleaders Calendar Shoot
Keep checking back for more updates throghout the week!
A Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleader
The Phoenix Suns Dancers on a billboard outside US Airways Arena
Mode Studios’ GLAM channel’s new segment,”My Life: I’m An NBA Cheerleader,” shadows Amira, a captain for Golden State Warrior Girls, as she trains and prepares for performances during basketball’s most important games of the year. See how she navigates game day, from prepping meals at home to pregame practice to putting on a spectacular show for NBA fans.
Watch the video here.
[Amira at the Warriors website]
Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders outside M&T Bank Stadium
Attention Southern California dancers, the San Diego Socker Girls will be holding open auditions on Sunday, May 31st at the Town & Country Resort. For more information, please visit the Socker Girls facebook page.
by David Schmalz
Monterrey County Weekly
Mireya Mayor is an unlikely adventurer. Raised in Miami by Cuban immigrant parents, she had a “girly girly” upbringing of ballet, dance classes and little contact with nature. The small hills outside of Orlando she thought were mountains were actually landfill. When she asked her mother if she could join the Girl Scouts, she was told it was too dangerous. But Mayor always had a passion for animals, and as a child kept dogs, cats, birds and fish. She carried that love with her to the University of Miami, where an anthropology class that introduced her to the work of Jane Goodall and Dian Fossey planted the seeds of a dream. “It changed the course of my entire life,” she says. “I realized that I could turn that passion into a career, and make a difference in the animal world.” Mayor got a grant at the end of her senior year to study monkeys in South America for five months, launching a decorated career that includes discovering a rare and critically endangered mouse lemur in Madagascar. A chance meeting with National Geographic producers followed, and ultimately led to her becoming a Nat Geo TV host and celebrity that earned her the nickname “female Indiana Jones.” But before all that, as a college student, she became a Miami Dolphins cheerleader. “It wasn’t a very straight line into this career,” she says.
Weekly: Were you at all prepared for what was in store on that first trip to South America?
Mayor: I went to South America with a brand new passport, and I had never been camping. I had a designer Calvin Klein field vest that was dry clean-only. It was a comedy of errors, but I threw myself in heart first, and it was a steep learning curve, but it was amazing.
Were there moments you were afraid?
There were definite moments of discomfort, if not straight-up fear. There were times I’d wake up to being bitten by a vampire bat. Or I’d find a spider the size of a dinner plate in my tent. Those were moments where I was thinking, “Shit, what am I doing here?” But those moments are fewer than waking up to howling monkeys, or seeing river otters playing around your canoe. Or discovering a species new to science.
What changed that first trip?
I went out on the initial expedition with a specific scientific-minded goal, and I came out of it a passionate conservationist. It became more important to me to protect these animals than to document their behavior. If they were to go extinct, they’d become the stuff of history books, not science books.
What are some of the most incredible things you’ve seen?
Coming face to face with a silverback gorilla in the wild. There are moments it can be scary; it is a 450-pound silverback gorilla. They’re not aggressive, but you know their strength and potential to harm you if they wanted. There were some moments when I was charged, like when one of the male silverbacks was getting blown off by the females all day, and I was getting the brunt of it. But it’s almost like peering through your neighbor’s window, seeing their daily ins and outs and arguments. It’s real life, but it’s the world of gorillas. To be able to catch even a glimpse of that is really special. I still pinch myself.
I was in the Congo on a flight that went down. It started to go down over a forest, and I looked out the window and suddenly we’re skimming trees, and we were going downward rather quickly, but they managed to maneuver the plane into a clearing, and luckily everyone walked off unharmed.
What’s the most important message to tell people about conservation?
Every single creature on the planet serves a role. Without the lemurs, the forests of Madagascar are certainly doomed. We’re learning more and more about the symbiotic relationship they have with the forest. Most immediately it affects the people locally, but globally, extinctions will start to have a domino effect of biodiversity and the sustainability of life everywhere on the planet. They’re just a drop in the bucket, but even if you don’t want to like lemurs, you sort of have to.
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From their Instagram account here’s a few of the MVC in their swimsuits.
[Vikings Cheerleaders on Instagram]
[Vikings Cheerleaders on Facebook]