Cheerleaders, Buccaneers’ Game and Jobs for Veterans

Buccaneer cheerleaders at the Patriots Game 2012. Photo courtesy of the Buccaneer website.

There will be no football this Sunday on the Buccaneer’s home field, Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium. Instead it will be the site of the Central Florida Military Resource Fair coordinated by the Bucs and area VA Medical Centers.

All veterans, active duty military, and troops returning from service overseas are invited.

Military and veterans attending will have an opportunity to meet Buccaneers alumni and Buccaneers cheerleaders and get autographs and photos.

In addition, they can learn about possible jobs, VA benefits, health care availability and more in an exclusive setting. Federal, state and local employers are participating and experts will be available to help with interview skills and resume writing.

 Sunday from 12:00 – 4:00 pm

East Club at Raymond James Stadium,

4201 North Dale Mabry Highway, Tampa

The first 2,000 servicemen and women in attendance will be provided with a $10 gift certificate towards concessions. Throughout the afternoon, concessions will be half price for all guests.

At 4:05 p.m. – immediately after the resource fair, the Buccaneers’  vs. the Raiders will be televised live on the East Club’s giant video walls at Raymond James Stadium.

All attendees are asked to bring a copy of their resume, as well as a Military ID or DD214 to validate military affiliation.

Those interested in attending or learning more about the Resource Fair, may sign up in advance at


One Response

  1. An alternative to football for veterans, to done them a relax, a moment of holiday and a time for have no thoughts on daily problems. A necessary initiative to whom I adress my plause and thanks claudio alpaca

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