Our holiday calendar signings begin today! As promised, below are the dates and locations for individuals for the month of December. Some of the people are subject to change, however, the times will stand firm. We hope to see all of you this holiday season!
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First of all, thank you to all of the amazing Broncos fans that came out to support the release of our 2008 Calendar and Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The party was a huge success with over 500 guests. This was our largest turnout to date and I’d like to thank everyone at INVESCO Field and in our Community Development Department for making it possible for us to have this event at the stadium. The fans had the ability to interact with the cheerleaders and get autographs on every calendar page, take photos with the cheerleaders and enjoy the beautiful new Club Lounge.
We also had over 70 guests from Susan G. Komen for the Cure. It was so inspirational to meet the survivors and some of the women and men that were the top fundraisers from 2006. Lisa Pevateaux, our DBC Alumni Cheerleader, was also present with her husband and 18-month-old son.
I am proud to say that our 2008 Calendar Release Party raised over $15,000 for Susan G. Komen for the Cure, putting our DBC Team Lisa in first place for fundraising! We were actually in first place before the party as well, but now we are going to be hard to catch! I will keep updating everyone on our progress as we get closer to our Oct. 7 Race and Alumni Halftime Show. Our new goal is $25,000 and I know we can do it!
Thank you again to all the amazing Broncos fans that always come out and support out team. You are the best! There is no other place I want to be than right here in Broncos Country!
Today, I want to tell you about a very special woman. Lisa Pevateaux (formerly Corbell) was a member of the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders from 1995 -1998. She was a leader and captain which means a lot when 30 women with strong leadership backgrounds all get together. Lisa is beautiful inside and out and you can’t take your eyes off her when she performs. She was one of my favorites — yes, I do have favorites. The women that motivate themselves, lead by example, and when I am not around I know they will always do the right thing in any situation.
This week is Lisa’s last week of chemotherapy before she delivers her baby boy in October. Yes, Lisa has cancer. Breast cancer. She is my first friend and I am sure not my last to come down with this horrible disease. She found out she had cancer when she went to confirm her much-wanted pregnancy at her doctor’s office. So, the same day she was blessed with the wonderful news of a child, her doctor found a lump.
Well, we are back from Cozumel and our 4th of July vacation here in Broncos Cheerleaderland. It was a great trip and I am very sorry that I couldn’t blog and show you all pictures sooner. Technology on that little island is not like home. I had quite a few problems sending photos and e-mails while I was there.
The second half of our trip was great. We had quite a few group shots to get done (which are harder than the singles) and they all turned out beautiful!
Our first group shot was our “July” shot at the resort. Laura, Melissa and Kristin were all outfitted in red, white and blue suits. We had a cloudy, rainy day, but the sun came through for us at sunset and it was the most amazing sunset we had the entire week. We lit lanterns and tiki torches and the ladies were fabulous.
My name is Teresa Shear and I am the Director of Cheerleaders and Game Day Entertainment for the Broncos. I will have a regular blog here on DenverBroncos.com and I thought the best way to start my entries would be with our 2008 Calendar Shoot in Cozumel, Mexico!
We arrived last Saturday compliments of FunJet Vacations and are enjoying our accommodations here on the island at the Iberostar Resort. It is beautiful here and so far the weather has been perfect. A little hot, but perfect for photo purposes.