The Pewter Report Cheerleader issue is hot off the presses and available at the Authentic Team Merchandise “It’s Bucs and Bulls Heaven” store.

This 64-page issue is packed with hot, steamy pictures of the 2005 Tampa Bay Buccaneers cheerleaders as well as must-read articles and information that die-hard Bucs fans won’t find anywhere else, including an in-depth look ahead to the Bucs’ 2006 salary cap situation.

The Pewter Report Cheerleader issue can be yours for FREE with a paid subscription to Pewter Report and Pewter Insider. Remember to mention this promotion when you call or stop by the store. This offer is valid through phone and in-store orders only, so call 1-800-881-BUCS(2827) or stop by Authentic Team Merchandise, which is located at 14823 North Florida Avenue in Tampa. Hurry – this offer expires on Dec. 23, 2005.

Take a closer look at what you can read about in the Pewter Report Cheerleader issue, which features Bucs cheerleader Melissa Giovannello on the cover.

Letter From The Publisher – Pewter Report publisher Jeffrey Neil Fox explains how there’s plenty to cheer about in this month’s issue of Pewter Report, which is the first-ever Pewter Report Cheerleader issue.

Buccaneer Blitz – Pewter Report editor-in-chief Scott Reynolds explains how the balance of power in terms of playmakers and salary cap room may be shifting to the offensive side of the ball in Tampa Bay next year.

Pewter Pulse – Pewter Report takes an in-depth look at the lighter side of the Bucs, including Ronde Barber’s new book, the Bucs’ interest in Terrell Owens, Word Up with Jeb Terry and some of the Bucs players’ favorite Christmas presents.

Holiday Cheer – Managing editor Jim Flynn takes readers behind the scenes with the 2005 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleaders and coordinator Sandy Charboneau.

Bucs Cheerleader Profiles – Pewter Report profiles the 2005 Tampa Bay Buccaneers cheerleaders with hot, steamy pictures and bio information.

Point-Counterpoint – Reynolds and Flynn debate whether which free-agent-to-be the Bucs should attempt to re-sign first this offseason.

Future Forecast – Pewter Report examines the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ 2006 salary cap situation and outlines which Bucs players will be free agents and which players may become salary cap casualties next February.

Fourth Down – Flynn uses his column to explain how fullback Mike Alstott is going out with a bang in what will likely be his final season as a Buccaneer.

And More – including Instant Replay, The Outfitter and Throwback.

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This particular issue of Pewter Report is scheduled to hit Bay Area newsstands on Dec. 19.

Subscribers receive 12 issues of Pewter Report per year and receive a FREE username and password for the Pewter Insider content offered exclusively on PewterReport.com. Pewter Insider allows Bucs fans to read each issue of Pewter Report on-line as soon as the magazine comes off the presses, as well as 200 Premium stories per year that include information and analysis you simply won’t find anywhere else.

Now is the perfect time to subscribe to Pewter Report. Call 1-800-881-BUCS(2827) or visit the Authentic Team Merchandise “It’s Bucs and Bulls Heaven” store to get a subscription for yourself and/or a loved one. Pewter Report is truly the gift that keeps on giving year round.

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