DESTIN, Fla. (WALA) - The Tennessee Titian cheerleaders shot their annual swimsuit calendar photo shoot and hosted a private dinner cruise Monday, June 3 in Destin.
Monday night, the cheerleaders hosted a dinner cruise aboard the Buccaneer Pirate Ship. It's slated to be a night of spirited fun for the whole family.
The cruise made the night for many little ones. In full pirate attire, Xavier Deppen had his calendar signed.
The little ones weren't the only ones excited.
"This is a great experience for us because, personally, I know I've never been on a pirate ship. So this is a first time experience for me, as well as just getting to know some fans in different states and different areas," said Titans cheerleader Stormy.
"It's always great to know that kids look up to us, and we can be their idols, and it's always great to be able to give back and give back to people who really appreciate us and really like us," said Titans cheerleader Heather.
On Tuesday, June 4, join the Titans Cheerleaders as they are named the Grand Marshalls of the second Pardi Gras Parade of summer.
Your squad is invited to show their spirit on one of our very own special cheer parade floats as it rolls through HarborWalk Village.
Cheer on your team, throw some beads, and learn from professionals in the business.
Prizes to be awarded to the most spirited cheer squad.
The parade starts at 7:30 p.m. Contact Kim Summers by 4 p.m. Tuesday to be included in this fun parade at 850-687-0985 or email@example.com .
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