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Committed to supporting US military, the Eagles Cheerleaders travel yearly to overseas military bases to perform for the troops. Recent goodwill military tours have included travel to Korea, Singapore, and Diego Garcia. Previous tours have included traveling to Iraq, Kuwait, Sarajevo, and Kosovo. During their visits, the cheerleaders are able to personally thank the men and women that are serving our country for their sacrifices and bravery. The Eagles Cheerleaders were nominated for the prestigious NFL Salute to Service Award for their exceptional efforts in honoring and supporting U.S. service members, veterans and their families.

The Eagles Cheerleaders are continually sought after to participate in international tours to perform for their global fan base. Over the past decade, the Eagles Cheerleaders have participated in tours to Montreal, Quebec City, Shanghai, Tokyo, Mexico City, London, Toronto, and Hong Kong.

The Eagles Cheerleaders introduced haute couture into the NFL when they unveiled uniforms designed by the famed Vera Wang in 2003. They became the first squad to be outfitted by an internationally renowned designer and gained instant designation as the most fashion-forward squad in the NFL. In 2013, Vera Wang created new Signature Pieces for the Eagles Cheerleaders with designs that have become synonymous with their contemporary and distinctive image. As part of the reveal, the cheerleaders were involved in the esteemed New York Fashion Week.

The Eagles Cheerleaders Calendars are known for being the most innovative in the NFL. The Eagles Cheerleaders received international acclaim for being the first in professional sports to produce an eco-friendly calendar. Additionally, each year the calendar supports an environmental cause such as clean water preservation, gulf restoration, and wildlife conservation. The cheerleaders travel internationally for their large scale calendar production with recent calendar shoot destinations including Jamaica, Bahamas, Aruba, Mexico & the Dominican Republic. The Eagles Cheerleaders were also the first in the NFL to create a Cheerleader Calendar App. Within just five days of launching, the app ranked on Google Play’s “Top Paid Sports App” list.

Since 2002, the Eagles Cheerleaders have performed at some of the most prestigious sporting events in the world including Super Bowl XXXIX in Jacksonville, Florida, the Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio, the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama, the Pro Bowl in Honolulu, Hawaii, and the NFL Kickoff in Times Square. The popularity of the Eagles Cheerleaders continually gives them the opportunity to partake in renowned celebrity-studded events in the US and worldwide.

The Eagles Cheerleaders are regularly featured on national television shows, most recently Good Morning America and Access Hollywood Live, and their appearance in a Super Bowl commercial garnered an estimated viewership over of 108 million.

Off the field, the Eagles Cheerleaders spend hundreds of hours each year volunteering for charitable organizations and community initiatives, as well as, participating in hands-on environmental projects. The Eagles Cheerleaders are also involved in raising awareness and funds for Eagles Youth Partnership, Eagles Tackling Breast Cancer, and Eagles Go Green.

The Eagles Cheerleaders frequently grace the pages of top national publications such as Elle, InStyle, Vanity Fair, Maxim, Esquire, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, and Muscle & Fitness.