It’s that time my friends! Time for the hottest Memphis Grizzlies Cheerleaders! The Grizz Girls are officially here on Beale Street Bears! Sure, the Grizzlies are probably not making the playoffs, or even over 0.500.. But at least fans have one thing to look forward to.. The intermission!
That’s right folks! Every Grizzlies fan gets to watch the exciting Grizz Girls Cheerleaders entertain in a way the actual Grizzlies offense never has! Without further ado, let us take a look at this slideshow of the best of the best when it comes to the Memphis Grizzlies Cheerleaders!
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Are you interested in watching the greatest dance moves in all of Memphis? The Memphis Grizzlies Cheerleaders can be found at the FedEx Forum arena every game.
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What happens on the court, doesn’t have to stay on the court. In fact, the NBA mentions you can even invite them to an event or party you’re throwing if you live down South. In order to book the Memphis Grizzlies Cheerleaders for your birthday party simply call 901.205.1411 or fill out this request form and hope for the best.
The Dance Team Request form requests a couple of minor details like if your event is paid or charitable. Before you get too excited remember the charitable option requires ‘community investment approval’ meaning you can’t put yourself down as a reference.
There is also mention of a dressing room, which probably doesn’t mean ‘your room’, sorry Grizzlies fans! Finally, what will be the role of the dance team there? Meet/Greet, Autographs, Performance, Speaking to Group, Posing for Photos or Other? Looks like Grizzlies fans will have to put ‘all of the above’ to keep things as discrete as a Bayless smackdown by a Grizzlies coach on national TV.