Philadelphia Eagles president Don Smolenski assumes a new role, and the New Kids on the Block welcome the best cheerleaders in the world on stage. It’s all here on ‘The Roundup’.
We take a quick look at the Philadelphia Eagles‘ president Don Smolenski and his new role on this edition of ‘The Roundup’. Let’s take a look at the best cheerleaders in the world and their recent performance with New Kids on the Block before we do that though.
For years, we’ve heard stories of the significance and notoriety of the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders. They’re basically like traveling rock stars. They even have their own television show, but ask any fan of ‘The Birds’, whether they live in the ‘City of Brotherly Love’ or anywhere else in the country, and you’ll learn something.
No disrepect is intended towards any other team’s squad, but nothing holds a candle to the ladies who throw on the green, black, white and silver on game days or any other event they’re scheduled for. If you need any evidence, take a look at some of the highlights from when the joined New Kids on the Block at a recent show:
That’s good stuff ladies. From there, we move on to some good news for another Eagles executive.
Here are some kudos for Don Smolenski.
Is it hard to argue that the Eagles have one of the best front offices in all of sports? It shouldn’t be. Truthfully, at this point, we might be able to start asking if there’s one that exist that could fall under the category of better.
Recently, the team’s official website reported that team president Don Smolenski will assume a new role. He’ll now serve as the next Advisory Board chair of PHL Sports. He’ll move into the role now left open in the wake of Philadelphia Phillies Chairman David Montgomery’s passing.
Montgomery served as the PHL Sports Advisory Board Chair for the past 10 years. He leaves big shoes to fill, but everything we, as Eagles fans, have seen from Smolenski over the past 21 years he’s been with the team tells us this is a wise decision.
Here’s a quote from PHLCVB President and CEO Julie Coker Graham, courtesy of PhiladelphiaEagles.com.
"Don’s proven leadership experience, his ability to collaborate across industries, and commitment to civic engagement are some of the reasons he’s the perfect fit for this job. As sports events become an ever more competitive business segment on the national level, there’s no better choice for our organization and for the city."
No, he won’t leave his current role with ‘The Birds’. With that being said, this is great news all the way around.