PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Eagles cheerleaders are going down the shore.
The recently selected 38 women chosen to be on the 2013 Eagles Cheerleaders squad will shoot their new calendar right here at the New Jersey shore. The 2012 edition of the popular swimsuit calendar was shot in the Bahamas. All proceeds from the calendar will be donated to the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund.
“We are looking forward to helping contribute to the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund, which has been doing great work in providing relief through grants as well as action,” said Christina Weiss Lurie, President Eagles Youth Partnership and Eagles Social Responsibility in a press release. “We also hope that our calendar shoot will help to illustrate the hard work that has already been accomplished in revitalizing the areas that were devastated by the disaster.”
As part of the shoot, photos will be taken at Jersey Shore landmarks like Lucy the Elephant, The Cape May Lighthouse, and Morey’s Piers in Wildwood.
“Vacationing down the shore is a tradition that is passed on from generation to generation and creates a lifetime of wonderful memories,” said Barbara Zaun, Eagles Cheerleading Director in a release. “Through this project we hope to show, in a creative way, the great resiliency and beauty of the shore communities that we all care about so much. We think fans will really enjoy seeing Eagles Cheerleaders alongside some of their favorite vacation spots in this calendar.”
The photos will be taken between May 6th and May 9th.