BANGOR - Patriots Cheerleaders stopped at the Wireless Zone in Bangor before Sunday's game in support breast cancer.
Fans were able to meet and take a picture with the cheerleaders, all for a good cause.
Money raised benefited the Susan G Komen society.
"We had it a couple years back and it was a great success and we decided we wanted to bring them back again. A lot of our customers asked for it so of course, we did it," explains Wireless Zone President Chad O'Leary.
The wireless zone says over a thousand people were expected to attend.
Jaclyn Cangro joined WVII ABC 7 and WFVX Fox 22 in September of 2013. She was raised in suburban New York and graduated cum laude from Emerson College with a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism in 2013.
While at Emerson, she won the 2012 New England Emmy Award for Best College Newscast as co-executive producer. She was also nationally ranked by the Sportscasters Talent Agency of America (STAA) as one of the Top 20 Sports Broadcasters in the country, being one of two females on the list.
When not on the air, she enjoys watching and rooting for the New York Mets and New England Patriots.
She’s excited to explore all Maine has to offer! If you have any story ideas, contact her at JCangro@wvii.com or tweet her @jaclyncangro.