The 2017-18 Dallas Mavericks Dancers will host a happy hour and calendar release party on Thursday, October 5 at Eighteen 76 at the American Airlines Center.
The calendar, which features all 18 DMDs, is a 28-page swimsuit edition featuring poolside photos at JadeWaters Resort and Pool at the Hilton Anatole by photographer, Roman Pena of RAPPHOTOCO, and Mavs Art Director Matt Hoffer.
Regarded among the best dance teams in the NBA, the squad includes professional dancers who appear at all Mavs home games. The DMDs are also very active in the community, making numerous public appearances throughout the Metroplex. This year’s squad includes seven returning veterans including Ally, Ashley, Brooke, Janae, Katelyn, Maggie, and Taylor.
All the dancers will be in attendance to take photos and sign autographs in calendars which will be on sale for $10.
The release party is free and open to the public.
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