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Cheer Tumbling Dynamics Reveals Limited Availability for 2014-2015 Cheerleading Season

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“Our passion is to work with school cheerleading programs looking to move up to the next level of excellence. Cheer Tumbling Dynamics offers a range of services tailored to meet the specific goals of your cheerleading program, including award-winning choreography. The bottom line is, we want to turn your cheerleaders into champions.
— Nadege Beauvoir, Founder”
Cheerleading consultancy company Cheer Tumbling Dynamics announces a few final slots in its 2014-2015 schedule—including limited availability for cheerleading camps, skills clinics, and competitive choreography.

Chicago, Illinois. July 7, 2014 — A winning school cheer program is seldom built overnight. Bringing home championship trophies takes hard work and planning—something the coaches at Cheer Tumbling Dynamics know fully well. Cheer Tumbling Dynamics offers a range of cheer-based programs, including recreational, educational, and performance-based services focused on the basics of cheerleading and tumbling—working with school administrators and coaches to transform their teams for the better. In a new statement to the press, Cheer Tumbling Dynamics reveals that it has room in its schedule to work with just a few more schools during the upcoming season, offering limited availability for choreography, camps, clinics, and consultations. The company also pledges a discount to those who act quickly.

“Our passion is to work with school cheerleading programs looking to move up to the next level of excellence,” comments the company’s founder, Nadege Beauvoir. “Cheer Tumbling Dynamics offers a range of services tailored to meet the specific goals of your cheerleading program, including award-winning choreography. The bottom line is, we want to turn your cheerleaders into champions.”

As such, the company offers everything from choreography services to summer and fall camps and clinics. “We work with coaches, many of whom simply don’t have the time or the resources needed to provide these programs for their cheerleaders,” says Beauvoir. “We love to partner with time-strapped cheer coaches, helping bear some of the responsibilities of leading a cheer team. This means working with the coach to develop new strategies, maneuvers, and routines, and also to put on camps. It also means working directly with the cheerleaders themselves.”

Beauvoir says her company exists in part to instill in young people the important values of teamwork, dedication, and hard work. “We believe cheerleading is a great activity for building character in young men and women,” she says. At the same time, Cheer Tumbling Dynamics seeks to bring greater prestige to schools, helping them land championship wins and state-level placements. “We have worked with many schools throughout Illinois, and have obtained great results,” Beauvoir affirms. “Working with Naperville Central, we helped them go from the 60th percentile to the 80th, and make it to State for the first time in the school’s history. We led Triad High School to an ICCA State Championship in the Medium Division. The bottom line is, we get results.”

Beauvoir goes on to note that Cheer Tumbling Dynamics works with cheerleading programs at every level. “We build champions, but we also work to turn around programs that are struggling. We work with teams to ensure they are using the correct techniques, fostering safety and athletic growth.”

Beauvoir says Cheer Tumbling Dynamics has just a few open spaces in its 2014-2015 schedule. “We are rapidly getting full for the coming season, but would still love to engage a couple more schools in Illinois or the surrounding area,” she explains. “However, we urge interested coaches and school administrators to act fast!”

For those who do act fast, Beauvoir promises a discount—for a limited time only. “We want to reward those who act quickly, and as such, we are happy to provide a discount for the first 10 replies,” she comments. “Inquire for further details!”

More information about Cheer Tumbling Dynamics can be found online at www.cheertd.com.

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Cheer Tumbling Dynamics is a full-service cheerleading consultancy, based in Chicago, Illinois. The company was founded by legendary cheerleader and author Nadege Beauvoir, and provides such services as camps, clinics, chorography, team training, and general consultation. The company works with school cheerleading programs to help them improve their competitive edge and ultimately to instill positive values in young people. More information is available at www.cheertd.com.

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