PRESS RELEASE – The Valley Isle’s only professional sports team, Na Koa Ikaika Maui, and their “Spirit Squad,” the Victory Girls, announce that they are accepting advance orders of the brand new 2013 Inaugural Victory Girls calendar, just in time for the holiday shopping season. Shot by Entertainment Photographer, Derek Shook, at some of the most beautiful spots on the island of Maui, he and his team spent weeks conducting grueling sunrise and sunset photo shoots with Na Koa Ikaika Maui’s Victory Girls.
The “Victory Girls” program was another family fun entertainment addition to baseball on the Valley Isle. Bob Young, Owner and Managing Member of Hawaii Baseball, LLC, the parent of Na Koa Ikaika Maui Professional Baseball, started the first Victory Girls squad with his previous team, the Orange County Flyers, based in Fullerton, California. Upon taking over the ownership of Na Koa Ikaika Maui at the end of the 2010 season, he was determined to carry on the tradition here on Maui.
The young ladies selected will represent the baseball team, serve as hostesses and cheerleaders at the games, perform dance routines “like the Laker Girls,” and be Na Koa Ikaika’s Ambassadors for Maui. Mr. Young hired Lily Acain, a locally-born former model/actress, to be the Director of the Victory Girls. Ms. Acain picked her team of experienced ladies based on a number of characteristics and background experiences ranging from actresses in theatres and musicals to former cheerleaders and female athletes, besides their captivating looks.
The Victory Girls are intelligent, beautiful and talented with diverse ethnicities, reflecting the true exotic “Melting Pot” nature of the Hawaiian Islands. These ladies are available to hire for Special Event appearances, community fundraisers as well as modeling, television and film projects.
Reserve your 2013 Na Koa Ikaika Maui Victory Girl calendar today either on-line at www.mauiprobaseball.com or at the team’s office at 250 Alamaha Street in Kahului.
ABOUT NA KOA IKAIKA MAUI
The team, one of Hawaii’s only two professional sports organizations (the other being sister team – Hawaii Stars on the Big Island of Hawaii), compete in the Pacific Baseball Association (PBA) independent minor league against teams from in California and Japan. Na Koa Ikaika Maui plays all of their home games at Iron Maehara Stadium in Wailuku. 2012 was Na Koa Ikaika Maui’s 3rd season of play. For more information, contact David Andrus, CEO of Hawaii Baseball LLC at dandrus@MauiProBaseball.com or 925-858-5663 or Chris Osgood, COO of Hawaii Baseball LLC at email@example.com or 404-210-3968.