City Girl Meets Country Gal in the 2007-08 Cavalier Girls Swimsuit Calendar

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The Cavalier Girls have introduced the fourth edition of the dance team’s popular swimsuit calendar. This season the calendar features the dance team members posing as city girls or country gals at magnificent properties in the Greater Cleveland area. Also included is a team photo of the Cavalier Girls in their stunning swimsuit attire.

The calendar is on sale now for $15 on cavs.com, at the Cavaliers Team Shop located in Quicken Loans Arena, and at arena souvenir stands. All net proceeds from the calendar sales will benefit the Cavaliers Youth Fund, a fund of the McCormick Tribune Foundation.

Under the direction of NewYork photographer and Cleveland native, Steve Vaccariello and art director Rob Babik, the photo shoot took place in early August. Each Cavalier Girl is beautifully featured on a high-gloss 18”x 15” poster-like page. The calendar is expected to make a splash with fans again this season as one of the top-selling items in the Cavaliers Team Shop for the fourth consecutive year.

Thousands of votes were cast at cavs.com to select if Erica, Sarah or Amanda would get the coveted cover girl shot. After the votes were tallied, five-year veteran Amanda was revealed as the Cavalier Cover Girl. The Cavalier Girls are: Alexsis, Amanda, Danielle, Emilia, Erica, Jamie, Katie C., Katie G., Kelly, Kristin, Laura, Samantha, Sarah, Sherry, Stephanie, Suzanne, Tiffany M. and Tiffany R. Michael Linard, a fan from Medina, OH was selected as the winner of the Cover Girl Contest, winning four autographed Cavalier Girls Swimsuit Calendars, a photo taken with the Cavalier Girls to be posted on cavs.com, and four tickets to a Cavaliers 07-08 home game.

Tracy Marek, Cavaliers senior vice president of marketing, oversaw the swimsuit calendar project along with Cavaliers game presentation team.

*The Cavaliers Youth Fund supports programs designed to positively impact young people in the areas of education, recreation and employment and life skills, with a particular emphasis on programs aimed toward at-risk youth.