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January 30, 2011 by staff 

Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders, The Philadelphia Eagles have signed an agreement with Pepsi to Pepsi Max brand have served as a sponsor of events related to the team playoffs.

Pepsi Max is sponsoring a series of themed events including playoffs Team Pep rally on Thursday night at Chickie and Pete’s sports bar in South Philadelphia, a television special that the Eagles Television Network is airing on production ABC on Sunday, and “surprises playoffs morning trip”

Instead of adopting a gradual approach to search for different sponsors for each special event around the playoffs, Roitman said, the Eagles decided to package all events together with the presentation of a sponsorship.

Roitman, born in Cherry Hill, said he came to Pepsi, who had a long relationship while serving as vice president of corporate sales of Major League Baseball, which aims to be a sponsor.

A sculpture of almost 1,000 pounds of butter was introduced today as the centerpiece of the 95th Pennsylvania Farm Show, opening Saturday, January 8.

The design shows dairy supplying milk to children playing on a jungle gym and throws a ball with a soccer player.

“The butter sculpture is a fun way to prepare for the Pennsylvania Farm Show, while drawing the attention of leaders in the state’s agricultural industry – dairy products – which accounts for about 7 million and the economy,” said Secretary of Agriculture, Russell C. Redding.

Redding added that Pennsylvania is the home of 7,300 dairy farms and 541 000 dairy cows. Dairy farmers are also an integral part of local communities and spend almost 85 percent of their income close to home and recognize the importance of providing quality products to its neighbors.

Located in a new octagonal case, the sculpture represents “fuel up to play 60.” Is a reference to the dairy industry association with the National Football League, which encourages children to eat a balanced diet that includes low-fat milk and milk products packed with vitamins and minerals, and be active for at least 60 minutes each day.

Sculptor Jim Victor of Conshohocken, Montgomery County, began writing the design size in mid-December and finished just in time for the Main Hall. It also creates sculptures with chocolate and cheese.

Sponsored by the Middle Atlantic Dairy Association Dairy Promotion Program Pennsylvania, the sculpture was made from butter donated by Land O ‘Lakes in Carlisle, Pennsylvania

Butter is converted into biofuel after the agricultural fair ends.

“Dairy farmers are proud to contribute to this important problem facing youth in the United States,” said Vernon Horst, a Franklin County farmer dairy and president of Mid-Atlantic Dairy Association. “The butter sculpture is a reminder that we work hard to make dairy products safe, nutritious and healthy for our children to enjoy.”

The opening ceremony included a performance by the Philadelphia Eagles pep band, cheerleaders and team mascot, Swoop. Mike Quick, coloranlyst for radio Eagles and a former Eagles All-Pro receiver, participated in the program.

Mid-Atlantic Dairy Association and Pennsylvania Dairy Promotion Program are the programs funded by dairy producers to promote dairy products. For more information, visit

The 2011 Pennsylvania Farm Show is the largest indoor agricultural event in the nation, with nearly 6,000 animals, 10,000 competitive units and 290 commercial exhibitors. The show is 8 to 15 at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg. Admission is free parking and 10. Visit for details.

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