You might call us biased, and correct us if were wrong, but the Hooters Calendar has some of the most beautiful girls in the entire world! Well over a thousand girls submitted photos and an elite group are selected to shoot. It's our duty to travel coast to coast photographing these beauties and helping capture the real essence of what the Hooters lifestyle is all about.
We're looking forward to the open road, the places we'll see, the people we'll meet and the stories we'll have to tell about the memories made along the way. Keep your eyes peeled America, we're coming your way!
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Walk into any of the almost 400 Hooters restaurants nationwide and you can participate in a program that allows you to purchase a Hooters Calendar to be sent to our military personnel stationed overseas.
Since 2005, Operation Calendar Drop has provided a way for guests of Hooters Restaurants to purchase a Calendar and along with an attached personalized thank you note, Hooters will send the Calendars to U.S. Military bases located throughout the world. Hooters takes care of all the packing and shipping and makes sure the Calendars arrive at their destinations.
It's estimated that each year thousands of Calendars find their way to the bunkers, barracks and mess halls of our military stationed all over the world.
Chuck Melcher, owner and publisher of the Hooters Calendar: "The excitement and reward for a chance to bring a smile to the faces of our military men and women, who sacrifice so much, by sending them a little of our own back home American culture is just awesome."
Hooters Girls Always have great things to say! Check out these short interviews with your favorite Hooters Calendar Girls!
Hooters Girls are great in front of the camera, duh! If you thought the pictures were hot...wait till you see Hooters Calendar Videos!
In 1986, the first edition of the Hooters Calendar hit the few Hooters Restaurants in existence at that time. Hooters of Clearwater, Tampa, Casselberry, Jacksonville and Lakeland almost sold out of the 2,500 copies printed that year.