When I arrived in Atlanta, I had an idea of the type of article that I was going to do, my customary event report. I knew that James was going to cover each and every squad in attendance, but I wanted to do something different and I was searching for another angle. So, when Saturday began, I took the opportunity to talk with each sponsor. I wanted to find out a little more about their business and why they were here.
One sponsor stood out immediately. The Line Up is one of the leading designers of performance dance apparel. I was impressed by the number of teams that wear their fashions and in talking to owner Deb Erickson, I discovered that many of the squads here would be wearing her designs. I figured a little article covering the Line Up’s fashions might be in order, so I spoke with the organizers of P-R-O and received clearance to pose a few girls in their Line Up designed uniforms.
First up is the N.Y. Jets Flight Crew (NFL) and Houston Texans (NFL).
Kristin of the Orlando Titans Dance Team (NLL) models their The Line Up outfits.
The Washington Wizard Girls (NBA) have some of the most attractive uniforms in the NBA. Samantha models two versions of their uniforms.
The Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders left quite an impression when I first saw them in their new The Line Up uniforms. These uniforms fit nicely in all the right places. They make a woman look glamorous, sexy and feminine. Here’s Lissa modeling one of version of the Viking uniform.
And here’s Kaylee, a second year Minnesota Vikings Cheerleader modeling another version of their uniform.
The Washington Redskins Cheerleaders must have the most uniforms in the NFL. This weekend, I think they were wearing at least four different styles, each one glamorous and sexy. Some were practice uniforms and others were their game day uniforms.
I hope you enjoyed our sponsor spotlight on The Line Up. They certainly left a positive impression on me. For more information on The Line Up’s designs, please visit their website at www.thelineup.com.