Erica arana

Erica Arana
Erica Arana
Born Fillmore, Ca
Occupation Model/Former NFL Cheerleader
Website
http://www.twitter.com/AlwaysArana

Erica Arana is a former NFL cheerleader of Mexican descent. A former Oakland Raiderette, she was previously the spokesmodel and primary face for all western-region Coors Light point-of-sale advertising for the NFL. Arana was selected by the NFL to represent the Oakland Raiderettes in the NFL Cheerleader Playoffs television show which debuted on the NFL Network. She co-hosted, alongside former Raiders' TE, Jeremy Brigham, the show, "Outta Bounds", taking you "Outside the Box" of Bay Area's Sports which airs on KICU TV36. Arana also played the role of Amanda in the theatrical play It’s Just Sex in Studio City. She cofounded Help Code 597, a non-profit named after the California Penal Code of Animal Abuse and Neglect, dedicated to helping the animals of Oakland, California.

Early life

Arana was born and raised in Fillmore, California. She attended Fillmore High School where she excelled in track and field and currently still holds records in the High Jump, Triple Jump, 4×100 and 4×400. She placed second in the state of California while attending Moorpark College competing in the heptathlon.[1] Arana also has competed in many national soccer tournaments.

References

External links

  • Oakland Raiderettes - Swimsuit / Highlight video - Erica Arana
  • Erica Arana - Facebook
  • Twitter
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