. . globe as part of Armed Forces Entertainment’s (AFE) Pro Blitz Tour. Clinics, performances, viewing entertainment and meet-and-greets are lined up for America’s service members and their families at events that emphasize positivity, teamwork and fitness.
Football legends & cheerleaders visit US military bases overseas as part of Armed Forces Entertainment’s PRO BLITZ TOUR.
NFL players Bernard Berrian and Tommie Harris Jr. of the Chicago Bears, Seneca Wallace of the Seattle Seahawks, along with Santana Moss and Trenton Robinson of the Washington Football Team will be storming across Europe for Pro Blitz EUR. They are joined by cheerleaders from the Arizona Cardinals, Philadelphia Eagles, Las Vegas Raiders, Houston Texans and Atlanta Falcons. Entertainment includes welcome events, clinics, autographs and photo sessions. The stars will visit US bases in Germany and make stops in the Netherlands, Belgium and the United Kingdom from February 3-14.
Professional football players Amobi Okoye of the Houston Texans and Jurrell Casey of the Tennessee Titans and talented cheerleaders from the Las Vegas Raiders, Arizona Cardinals and Atlanta Falcons are traveling to the southern Mediterranean countries of Portugal, Spain and Italy from February 2-13, where they will share stories and techniques with US military personnel and their families during Pro Blitz South MED.
Pro Blitz Super Sunday MED runs February 3-13 and features Brandon Bostick of the Green Bay Packers and Lavelle Hawkins of the Tennessee Titans, with talented cheerleaders from the Las Vegas Raiders, Arizona Cardinals and Atlanta Falcons to include autograph signings and clinics in bases in Turkey, Greece and Italy.
The Pro Blitz CHEER Tour, which kicks off February 3rd in Hawaii, features more than 40 cheerleaders from the Atlanta Falcons, Denver Broncos, Indianapolis Colts, LA Rams, Miami Dolphins, Philadelphia Eagles and Seattle Seahawks. These talented team members will perform and hold clinics at bases in Alaska, Japan and South Korea, sharing their skills and motivating spirit alongside mascots Freddie the Falcon of the Atlanta Falcons and Blue of the Indianapolis Colts, through February 13.
NFL Hall of Famers Richard Dent, Marshall Faulk, Orlando Pace, Stephen Atwater, James “Jimbo” Covert and Eric Dickerson are traveling to Hawaii Feb. 3-5 for the Legends of the Field Pro Blitz. These standout players will share memorable experiences and highlights from their days in the National Football League. They will be joined by NFL players Bernard Berrian, Bobby Carpenter, Brandon Carr, Dexter McCluster, Darren McFadden and Bryant McKinnie, on the Pro Blitz Super Sunday Tour in Hawaii from February 8-12.
Brian Burke, AFE Marketing & A business analyst said AFE offers a wide variety of tours, but the Pro Blitz tours are among the most popular among military members stationed overseas. “They provide an opportunity to experience the best of the states and create unforgettable memories,” Burke said.
Baltimore Ravens cheerleaders join Pro Blitz Alumni Jim Zorn, Willie Roaf and Michael Haynes on the road to Southwest Asia from February 5-13 for cheer clinics and games, culminating in a championship watch party on February 12 .
Football pros Orlando Franklin and Reuban Droughns along with Denver Broncos, Indianapolis Colts, LA Rams and Tennessee Titans cheerleaders are heading to Cuba for Pro Blitz GTMO on February 11th for a clinic, welcome event and viewing party on February 12th.
Antoine Cason of the San Diego Chargers and Dustin Hopkins of the Buffalo Bills lead Thule Air Force Base, the northernmost U.S. military base located in Greenland, with cheerleaders from the Indianapolis Colts, Denver Broncos, LA Rams and Seattle Seahawks starting Feb. 16 as part of Pro Blitz WHEM.
“We are grateful for the commitment and dedication shown by the players, coaches, cheerleaders and mascots who give of their time and talents to those in service,” Burke said.
To see the full Pro Blitz Tour schedule, visit AFEproblitz.com.
About Armed Forces Entertainment: Armed Forces Entertainment (AFE) is an official Department of Defense agency that provides quality entertainment to U.S. military personnel serving overseas, primarily in contingency operations and in remote and isolated locations. Now in its 71st year, AFE brings a touch of home through music, sports and comedy entertainment to nearly 400,000 troops annually, giving our dedicated military members a much-needed break.
For more information, schedules and downloadable images, visit: armedforcesentertainment.com.
Armed Forces Entertainment (AFE) is an official Department of Defense agency that provides quality entertainment to nearly 400,000 US military personnel who serve overseas each year, primarily in contingency operations and in remote and isolated locations. (PRNewsfoto/Armed Forces Entertainment)
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