cheer on

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w>cheer on

vt sepanspornen, anfeuern
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With sponsors, fans and other visitors descending on the Big Easy to cheer on their favorite teams the next day, what better place to entertain the faithful than at the “Best Sports Bar in North America,” as voted by ESPN?
Walk-On's, voted “Best Sports Bar in North America” by ESPN, is the place to go to cheer on the local teams, and to enjoy all the biggest sporting events of the year.
New Orleans, LA, December 21, 2012 --( Students and alumni heading east to cheer on the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns in the New Orleans Bowl will find a familiar friend welcoming them.