Thanks to Cheerleaders for giving up their Saturday to raise money for those suffering from cancer.

On Saturday the ladies of Cheerleaders (Front &Oregon) soaped up and washed more than 50 cars at $25 a pop to raise money for the City of Hope cancer charity. The Bikini Car Wash squad above included Derrick Copes, Shannon Niland, TT, Janine, Calypso, John, Dena, Jeanine, Sage, Kyla, Michael, Vivian and Celeste.
Nearly 100 cars stopped by to get clean

I remembered seeing Vivian Camille recently but couldn’t place her. She thanked me for the nice write up on and for the Delilah’s Diamond G-String Contest, she was the choreographer. Then it all came back to me, the Flashdancers and the amazing pole work. Vivian used to work at Delilah’s for 9 years, but in January she moved over to Cheerleaders. It was hard, but the hours were more flexible so she could concentrate on her new project which is teaching pole dancing to women for exercise as well as the art of seduction. Many of my friends have taken her “Philly Premier Poledance” classes at studios in Center City. And believe me she is an expert in the field of pole dancing. I might give it a try if I can get a body like that.

Derrick Copes runs “Attention 2 Detail”, a car detailing company he started about three years ago. He travels with a 500 gallon tank of water in his van, and can come to your house to wash your carsJanine is now using all her assets to get the job done.
Sarah Doheny, YUBPr, Shannon Niland, Cheerleaders Marketing Director, Harry Giordano, City Of Hope, and Amy Fitzpatrick, City of Hope During the down time the girls played with super soakers

Tia, Jeanine and Calypso aim to please and take their jobs seriously. The girls were thrilled to help out in any way they could to help fight the cancers of the world. At one point one of the girls went into Cheerleaders, returning 3o minutes later and dumping a wad of cash into the donation bucket saying she wanted to donate the tips she had just earned in that time.
The girls hard at work, Janine is convincing a customer to drop a little more cash in the City of Hope donation bucket. Nearly $1500 was collected for the entire day; I would call that a job well done (Also 9/12/10 City of Hope cancer walk)