Jamaica Hosts Atlanta Falcons Cheerleaders for Calendar Photoshoot

An Atlanta Falcon Cheerleader posing for a shot in JamaicaThe Atlanta Falcons released its 16-month calendar with photos of their cheerleaders during its season opener.

The photos were shot in early June at Montego Bay, Negril and Ocho Rios in Jamaica. The Jamaica Tourist Board, the country's national tourism agency based in the capital city of Kingston, welcomed the 30 cheerleaders to the island to experience some of its signature attractions.

"The island offers a kaleidoscope of backdrops for a photo shoot and the juxtaposition of these gorgeous women against Jamaica's exquisite scenery turned out to be quite impressive," said John Lynch, Jamaica's director of tourism.

The calendar includes other Jamaican locations such as Dunn's River Falls and Montego Bay's Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa, the hotel which hosted the cheerleaders during their stay.

Jim Smith, senior vice president of sales and marketing for the Atlanta Falcons, said the newest edition of the "calendar is sure to be a popular item again this year."

Jamaica, a year-round vacation destination, is accessible via nonstop flights from major gateway cities. Its accommodations range from luxury resorts to cottages and inns to restaurants.

Some of the island's activities include hiking the Blue Mountains, bird watching, golf, festivals, caving in the Cockpit Country, zip-lining, horseback riding, cliff diving, rainforest bobsledding, fishing, bicycle tours, dog sledding, encountering dolphins and sharks, and more.

Visit: www.visitjamaica.com and www.officialfalconsgear.com.


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