ariz14fb475bCome meet the UCLA Cheerleaders in person and win exciting, big-ticket prizes this Saturday (2/28) from 4p to 7p in Pauley Pavilion; Bruin stars (of the past, present, and future) Tyus Edney, Myles Jack, Paul Perkins, Jerry Neuheisel, Norman Powell, Tony Parker, Josh Rosen, and Baseball Coach John Savage are all scheduled to be there too, for you to talk to one-on-one

Wanna personally thank Tyus Edney for his unforgettably legendary play that led UCLA to the 1995 Basketball National Championship?  Wanna personally thank Coach Savage for delivering a Baseball National Championship to Westwood?  Wanna personally thank Jerry Neuheisel for his clutch performance in beating Texas IN Texas last year?  Wanna give your sage, expert advice to current Bruin stars that will lead them to their own National Championships?  Or do you just wanna meet the hottest (yet smartest) girls in the world, in a casual, fun environment?

Then this Saturday (tomorrow) is the day for you.  The Annual UCLA Spirit Squad All-Access Reception is being held in Pauley Pavilion from 4p to 7p, and is open to the public.  It is a fundraiser, so there is an admission fee, but some of that is tax-deductible, and more importantly, that money goes to the expenses incurred in the effort for the UCLA Spirit Squad to continue to be the best in the nation.

Dozens of people will actually win prizes in the Opportunity Drawings and Silent Auction.  Past prizes have included trips to Paris, free dinners, autographed footballs, free hotel stays, chances to lead 8-claps at games, and even getting to have Cheerleaders come perform at your tailgate party or babysit for you!  So the admission fee not only goes to a great cause, but it could lead to you making a profit!

The event also includes free gourmet appetizers and free drinks, including some alcohol.  That’s always nice, but my favorite part of the afternoon, by far, is getting to converse with the girls.  It’s the best opportunity of the whole year for you to actually confirm what I’ve been telling you for over a decade:  Not only are these the most beautiful and talented girls on the planet, but they are also hard-working, studious, motivated, industrious, highly-intelligent students.  Not only that, but they are humble, down-to-earth, sincere, sweet, friendly, kind and compassionate.  They listen to you, they make eye-contact, and they make you feel appreciated as a supporter of the Program, and of UCLA.

I can’t overemphasize how these receptions have enlightened me as to how lucky we are to have these students to be the ambassadors for our beloved University.  So come on down, and help support the organization that continues to elevate UCLA to the top of every list of the Nation’s elite.