Photos: Here's how you can join Broncos cheerleaders on their next calendar shoot
Now, the cheerleaders are inviting two people to join them at their next calendar-photo session, at an as-yet undetermined but sure-to-be exotic location -- and it's all for a good cause.
Continue for details, plus lots and lots of pics featuring scenes of the shoot you could witness in person.
We'll let Barefoot PR rep Laura Schwinkendorf, representing the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver, spelling things out.
"The Broncos love to partner with the Boys & Girls Clubs, and the Broncos cheerleaders are really involved with them, too," Schwinkendorf says. "So this year, they've launched their first-ever raffle for a trip to go to their calendar shoot next July, for the 2015 calendar."
No decision has yet been made about a setting for the 2015 edition, or even the length of time for the trip -- but this year's shoot was at a posh resort in Mexico and lasted five days, " so it will most likely be something similar," Schwinkendorf notes. "Winners will get a trip for two, including travel and hotel."
Tickets are $25 apiece or five for $100, and while current plans call for the contest to end on November 3, it could conclude earlier, since only 5,000 tickets will be sold. Proceeds will go benefit programs at all fourteen Boys & Girls Clubs in metro Denver. But sorry, kids: You must be at least eighteen to enter.
The winners will be announced on November 10 -- a date chosen to correspond with the Broncos-Chargers game on that day -- at the Tavern Downtown, 1949 Market Street.
For more information, click here -- and look below to get a sneak preview of the grand prize.
More from our Sports archive: "Photos: Denver Broncos cheerleaders' athletic 2012 squad ahead of actual team."
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