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Jills Cheerleaders visit Blue Jays

The Buffalo Jills cheerleaders visited the Blue Jays in Toronto on Tuesday to help promote the historic Bills vs. Dolphins game at the Rogers Centre to take place on December 7, 2008.

The Jills kicked-off the Toronto Blue Jays baseball game with an official let's play ball announcement, posed for photos with Ace (Blue Jays mascot), took part in a t-shirt toss with the J Force and took to the field to lead the fans in the 7th inning stretch.

Phil Lind, Rogers Communications vice chairman, stated, "The Buffalo Bills are proving to be one of the most exciting teams in the NFL this season. We are proud to offer them a 'home field' in Toronto for this most important divisional game, and to present them to our city's passionate sports fans."

Individual game tickets for the first NFL regular season game ever played in Canada will go on sale to the public on at 10:00 a.m., on Wednesday, October 1st. Tickets will also be available at

"NFL regular season football, starting with the Bills vs. Dolphins on December 7, will build upon the already large and positive impact that the Bills Toronto Series is having on the city and its hospitality industry," added Lind.

The Bills Toronto Series includes a regular season game each year (2008-2012) and preseason games in 2008, 2010 and 2012. The Bills Toronto Series is a proud and enthusiastic supporter of amateur football across Ontario. On December 3, 2008, five provincial high school football championship games, called the OFSAA Bills Toronto Series Football Bowls, will be played at Rogers Centre in Toronto. For more information, please visit

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