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Just In: The Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders

Friday, 12 Jan 2007 | 10:14 AM ET

Okay--now that we have your attention, we can report that the three of the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders appeared on "Power Lunch" today. You want to know more? All right--the reason why they were here was to promote their deal with a company called Fathead.com --that makes wall posters of the girls. (the company also sell other sports related products.)

The three cheerleaders: Becca, Nicole and Andrea talked about what it's like to be a Dallas cheerleader (oh yes, the CEO of Fathead, Brock Weatherup, was on set and CNBC's Darren Rovell was asking the questions-but honestly the camera guy was really focused on the cheerleaders.)

As for being a cheerleader--they make $50 a game. Not much really but they can make extra money, about $500 a turn--when they appear at charity and corporate events. They travel a lot--doing USO tours and visiting U.S. troops across the world. They work all year round--tryouts are in April if anyone's interested. Okay--that's all the copy. Check out the video.

Fathead & The Cheerleaders
Lifesize cardboard cutouts of athletes and the Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders, with Brock Weatherup, Fatheads CEO; Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders; Darren Rovell, CNBC Sports Business Reporter and CNBC's Sue Herera