[Press Release] Newark Bears Looking for Local Dancers, Singers and Other Talents on March 16

The 2012 Honey Bears dancers (Photo credit: Paul Hadsall)

The 2012 Honey Bears dancers (Photo credit: Paul Hadsall)

On March 16, the Newark Bears are searching for some of the top talents in New Jersey from singers and dancers to spokesmodels, mascots, play-by-play announcers and on-field hosts!

This is your chance to show the world that you’re a star! Impress the judges, and you could be a member of the Honey Bears Dance Team, a play-by-play broadcaster, on-field host or you may even be singing your rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner at Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium!

If you are an aspiring model, you could be in front of the camera at photo and video shoots promoting the Newark Bears. Always the life of the party? You could wear the costume of one of our legendary mascots, Ruppert and Effa.

The auditions will take place at 12 p.m.

Open positions:

  • Honey Bears Dance Team (ages 16-30) and Bearettes (ages 5-15)
  • National Anthem Singers
  • Spokesmodels
  • Team Mascots
  • Play-by-Play Announcers
  • On-Field Host

For more information, visit www.newarkbears.com.

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Posted on March 13, 2013, in Newark Bears. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Nice! I think more baseball teams need cheerleaders/ballgirls or whatever. They can only enhance the ballpark experience, and bring in more fans. Especially if they are available for autographs and pictures.
    –Mike

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  2. @ Minoring in Baseball: Was there last year for a couple games — the cheerleaders didn’t add anything to the stadium. In fact the place was still empty. Another stupid idea by the “Bieber” queen.

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    • The Brooklyn Cyclones had cheerleaders long before the current Bears ownership decided to bring the idea to Newark, and more minor league teams seem to be introducing their own take on it each year. I personally don’t think it adds much to the baseball experience, but others seem to disagree.

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