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Titans Cheerleaders Calendar Release Party Set for Sept. 5

Posted Sep 4, 2014

The 8th Annual Titans Cheerleaders Calendar Release Party presented by Bud Light will be held on Friday, Sept. 5th.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The 8th Annual Tennessee Titans Cheerleaders Calendar Release Party presented by Bud Light will be held this Friday, September 5th, at The Rosewall (1120 McGavock Street in The Gulch).

“We are very excited to release this year’s swimsuit calendar,” said Titans Director of Cheerleaders Stacie Kinder.  “I think it is our best yet, and the ladies are looking forward to an amazing debut on Friday night.  We’re kicking off our season and celebrating summer’s end all in one night.” 

The evening of entertainment includes a meet and greet with the ladies and a fashion show with all 26 cheerleaders modeling the swimsuits seen in the calendar.  Tickets are $25 and include a new 2014 calendar and a special autograph/photo session following the show.

The 2014-15 Titans Cheerleaders Calendar was shot by Erick Anderson in May on-location at The Pearl on 30A in Rosemary Beach, Fla.

Doors will open at 7:30 p.m. and the swimwear fashion show starts at 9:30 p.m.  Tickets can be purchased at the door or at TitansOnline.com to reserve in advance.

The Calendar Release Party will also include a food drive to benefit Feed America First and their annual Dancing with the Nashville Starts annual campaign, including former Titans Cheerleader Farrah Maltz as a featured dancer.  Fans may bring canned or non-perishable foods to the door of the party as a donation to the campaign.

Feed America First focuses upon our neighbors in need who live in small towns and rural areas, that portion of the 38,000,000 Americans at risk of missing meals while they pay for rent, utilities, or medicine. Our clients are the citizens who want to help their neighbors by operating church pantries, children's homes, and shelters for the abused, homeless, or recovering. They know their neighbors, and if Feed America First provides them more food, they touch more lives.

Feed America First is in its twelfth year of providing food monthly to over 160 small agencies in the Mid-South. Feed America First has thus far distributed almost 33 million pounds of food at no charge, and we have done it efficiently: for each dollar donated, Feed America First has historically provided enough food for 12-15 meals. We believe that hunger will cease to be a problem in America when we refuse to allow our neighbors to go hungry.

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