Washington Redskins Cheerleaders will hand out special "All American" teddy bears to wounded warriors at Walter Reed Army Medical Center on Tuesday, April 27, 2010, with the Adopt-a-Soldier Platoon, Sandy Hook Pilots Association and members from FDNY.
Stay tuned for more info and pictures of the event. For more info on Operation Teddy Bear, click here.
The newly-selected 2008 Washington Redskins Cheerleader squad pose for a group shot. Several hundred women tried out for the team. On Tuesday, April 8, 2008, 51 women auditioned for the 40 spots on the new squad. Congratulations to all the women who made the squad and thank you to the entire WRC organization for the support you've given our soldiers and Adopt-a-Soldier Platoon.
Four of the ladies go through their routine during the final auditions on April 8, 2008.
Melanie Treanor, WRC director of marketing, and Alan K. Melanie has been a great friend of AaSP and our troops.
Washington Redskins Cheerleaders shown at one of the gates to LSA Anaconda, the biggest U.S. base in Iraq. The cheerleaders visited the base during a USO tour in November 2007.
Washington Redskins Cheerleaders pose in front of LSA Anaconda gate.
Washington Redskins Cheeerleaders pose with soldiers wearing their special T-Shirts commemorating their November 2007 USO tour in Iraq.
Washington Redskins Cheerleaders Landover, MD
Our Contact: Melanie T.
The Washington Redskins Cheerleaders have supported Adopt-a-Soldier Platoon's Super Bowl programs for the last two years. They've sent calendars, pictures, trading cards, T-Shirts and all sorts of souvenirs for our troops to enjoy. Thanks to Melanie and the Washington Redskins Cheerleading organization, we've been able to brighten up the lives of many Americans on Camp Anaconda when they have their annual Super Bowl party.
This year, we were also lucky enough to receive two practice footballs from the Redskins organization, also courtesy of our team leader, Melanie. Thanks so much ladies!!!
The Washington Redskins organization also donated two practice footballs, which were sent to Camp Anaconda for the Super Bowl XLII festivities. Thanks so much to Melanie and the crew in Landover!