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(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – Divi Little Bay Beach Resort and The St. Maarten Tourist Bureau are thrilled to welcome the famed Patriots Cheerleaders to the island from July 23-30 as they shoot their ever-popular annual swimsuit calendar and various video productions.
While on the island, the ladies will be exploring St. Maarten’s landmarks, culture and history through a variety of planned activities.
“We’re honored that the Patriots Cheerleaders chose to highlight St. Maarten and Divi Little Bay by shooting their upcoming calendar on the island,” said Marco Galaverna, Divi Resorts President & COO. “It’s been a long road to recovery since last year’s storms, but we’re excited to show these ladies how quickly we’ve rebuilt and demonstrate why St. Maarten is known as the friendly island.”
Representing the 5X Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots, the Patriots Cheerleaders entertain thousands of fans from the sidelines of Gillette Stadium, participate in goodwill missions and appearances and have entertained at high-profile events such as Super Bowls, Pro Bowls, and international games.
When they’re not striking a pose for the camera on St. Maarten, the cheerleaders will be interacting with guests, locals, media and dignitaries with plenty of meet & greet opportunities including autographs, photos, games, activities and parties and participating in a community outreach project.
“We’ve set up some really exciting events while the Patriots Cheerleaders are here, including an evening Sunset Sail with Aqua Mania Adventures, Karaoke Night, a downtown tour and a BBQ Beach Dinner,” said Divi Little Bay’s General Manager Anne-Marie Brooks. “We’re really looking forward to showing the cheerleaders everything that our wonderful island has to offer, and we know they are excited to meet locals while they are out and about on their tours.”
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