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Titans Cheerleaders Visit Military Bases for Super Bowl

Posted Feb 4, 2014

Titans cheerleaders Tandra, Jena and Brooke head overseas to visit military bases the week of the Super Bowl.


NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Titans Cheerleaders Tandra and Jena, along with former Pro Bowl Cheerleader and TTC alumni, Brooke, departed this week for military bases around the world.  They are traveling with Pro Tour Productions, a company founded by a former NFL cheerleader that specializes in military entertainment. 

Tandra, the 2014 Titans Pro Bowl Cheerleader representative, departed Honolulu on Monday evening, headed for Alaska, where she will visit Fort Wainwright, Eielson Air Force Base, Clear Air Force Base, and Fort Greely. Armed Forces Entertainment is working in conjunction with Pro Tour Productions in support of this tour.  Tandra will join three other NFL cheerleaders and two players to visit and entertain the troops stationed in Alaska, culminating with a Super Bowl party on Sunday.

Jena, a fifth year Titans Cheerleader and team captain, will travel 15 hours to Camp Zama in Japan.  The Super Bowl kicks off there at 8 a.m. Monday.  Jena and cheerleaders from five other NFL teams will perform their own live halftime show for the troops on Monday morning.

Alumni Brooke visited Camp Fuji and Sasebo Naval Base in Japan in 2013 and was invited to return this year as a tour manager with Pro Tour Productions for another tour headed to Misawa, Japan.  She will be managing two cheerleaders from the Saint Louis Rams, two retired NFL players and a former head coach.

The group will return Tuesday, Feb. 4 and titansonline.com will document their trips with photos and videos from their excursions!

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