Sarasota Hooters Girl Featured in 2022 Hooters Calendar
Sarasota native Sloan Miavitz is featured as Miss March in the 2022 Hooters Calendar. Miavitz has worked at the Sarasota Hooters location for the past three years and was the first runner up in the 2021 Miss Hooters International Pageant.
Gracing the cover of this year’s Hooters Calendar is 2021 Miss Hooters International Gianna Tulio from Boca Raton, FL. Miavitz and Tulio joined Hooters Girls from around the country to kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month during the 2022 Hooters Calendar Launch in South Florida.
$1 of every Hooters Calendar sold supports the Kelly Jo Dowd Breast Cancer Research Fund benefiting the V Foundation for Cancer Research as part of Hooters #GiveAHoot fundraising efforts.
“I was shocked and speechless when I saw my photo and found out I was Miss March in the 2022 Hooters Calendar. Being a calendar girl means more than just beauty. Shooting for the calendar is a confidence boost as each of our orange shorts sisters builds each other up. There is no better feeling than knowing all of our beautiful photos come together to raise money for breast cancer research. Being able to come together with women to raise money for such a great cause is 100% one of the best reasons to be a calendar girl,” said Miavitz.
Miavitz South Florida Hooters presented a donation of $48,000 during the October 1 launch event to Miami Cancer Institute, part of Baptist Health from their 2020 Kelly Jo Dowd fundraising efforts.
The 2022 Hooters Calendars are available at all Hooters locations nationwide and Hooters Calendar. The calendar features 200 Hooters Girls from across the country. The calendar is $13.95 and offers over $100 worth of coupons inside. With every calendar purchase you will receive a free Bud Light or Heineken. There is also a pull out poster of your favorite local Hooters Girls.
The 2021 Give A Hoot campaign honors the late Kelly Jo Dowd, an original Hooters Girl, the 1995 Hooters Calendar Cover Girl and Hooters first female General Manager in Palm Harbor. Dowd succumbed to breast cancer in 2007.
Hooters has raised more than $7.2 million over time to support the fight against breast cancer, much of it through the Kelly Jo Dowd Breast Cancer Research Fund benefiting the V Foundation for Cancer Research. The donations are collected nationwide with grants honoring Kelly Jo to further her mission to educate all women, especially her extended family consisting of some 300,000 current and former Hooters Girls, about the importance of early detection and prevention.
Photos from LTP Management