Following a week-long destination shoot in Jamaica featuring the resort regions of Montego Bay, Negril and Ocho Rios, the Atlanta Falcons released its 16-month calendar with photos of their cheerleaders during its recent season opener. The photos were shot in early June when the Jamaica Tourist Board welcomed the 30 enthusiastic women to the island to experience some of the island’s signature attractions. The calendar is not only a showcase of the attractive Atlanta Falcons cheerleaders, but is a photo journey throughout Jamaica’s extraordinary scenery.
For the month of September, the cheerleaders are pictured wading in the revitalizing Mahoe Falls in Ocho Rios, and in October, they are captured at Doctor’s Cave Beach in Montego Bay. As it gets colder in many US locations in December and January, the calendar will showcase the steamy Coyaba Gardens in Ocho Rios and the Tensing Pen Resort in Negril where the ladies are shown being pampered.
“Montego Bay is Atlanta’s sister city, so we were thrilled to welcome these beautiful women to explore our equally spectacular destination,” said John Lynch, Jamaica’s Director of Tourism. “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.”
The calendar includes other iconic Jamaican locations such as Dunn’s River Falls and the ancient aqueducts at Montego Bay’s Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa, the hotel which hosted the cheerleaders during their stay.
“I think fans will enjoy the newest edition of the Atlanta Falcons cheerleader calendar, including the beautiful setting of where it was shot in scenic Jamaica,” said Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing for the Atlanta Falcons, Jim Smith. “This calendar is sure to be a popular item again this year.”
Jamaica, easily accessible via non-stop flights from many major gateway cities, is a year-round vacation destination. Some of the island’s diverse activities include hiking the Blue Mountains, bird-watching, championship golf, award-winning festivals, caving in the Cockpit Country, zip-lining, horseback riding, cliff diving, rainforest bobsledding, deep sea fishing, bicycle tours, dog-sledding, dolphin and shark encounters and more. Its accommodations range from luxury resorts to charming cottages and inns, all focusing on top-notch service. Jamaica also includes restaurants to fit any taste and price point.