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Photos: Art Student Takes the Plunge for Broncos Cheerleader Calendar Contest

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Give me an A! Give me an R! Give me a T! What's that spell? Broncos! The Art Institute of Colorado hosted a competition in which students designed swimsuits for the Denver Broncos' 2017 Cheerleaders Swimsuit Calendar. The winner — Danielle Horrigan, who's pursuing a bachelor of arts in fashion design — was announced at a party that attracted art and Broncos fans alike to Del Frisco's Grille on August 11. Here's a look at the event.
See the complete Broncos cheerleader calendar slideshow here.

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