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January 7, 2005 - Dayton, OH- The Dayton Warbirds are pleased to announce Brooke Yoder as the Choreographer for the football franchises dance team, the “Flygirlz.” Brooke will lead a select group of young ladies onto the field for a high-energy performance sure to leave the spectators breathless.

Ms. Yoder is the lead choreographer for Wright State University’s dance team, the Emerald Jazz. The Jazz finished in 5th place at last years NDA Collegiate National Championship, and 7th place in 2003.

Brooke has over 12 years of dancing experience. “When we started our search, it only seemed natural to start at Wright State and Brooke was definitely what we were looking for in a choreographer” stated Jeffrey A. Jodway, President of the Warbirds. “I have seen the work that Brooke has done and I feel the fans will like what she brings to the community,” Jodway added.

Brooke is equally excited to work with the Flygirlz. “I am thrilled about the opportunity to work with and dance on the Flygirlz dance team. I’m looking forward to a choreographing material that will be entertaining to the crowd and fun to perform. This should be an awesome experience,” said Brooke.

The Flygirlz will be holding open tryouts at the Fitworks Fitness Center at 3195 Dayton-Xenia Rd. in Beavercreek. The tryouts will be held January 29th and 30th from 1:00pm to 5:00pm each day. The tryout fee is $20. For more information, contact the Warbirds office at 937-427-9737.

The Warbirds kick off their inaugural season March 17th at the Nutter Center. Season tickets are on sale now. For more information on the Warbirds visit the website at www.daytonwarbirds.com or call the office at 937-427-9737.

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