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Competitive Cheer and Dance National Championships

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Event Name:

NAIA Competitive Cheer and Dance National Championships

   

Seeking Site For:

2021 & 2022

   

Bid Deadline:

June 1, 2019

   

Rights Fee:

$3,000 (Minimum)
   

Time of Year:

March 12-13, 2021; March 11-12, 2022

   

Days of the Week:

Friday - Saturday

   

Number of Teams:

12 dance teams (maximum of 16 competitors on each team)
12 cheer teams (maximum of 20 competitors on each team)

   

Estimated Number
of Participants & Fans:

450athletes (competitors, alternates, head/assistant coaches)
Approximately 1,200 fans

   

Facility Requirements:

Floor space should be large enough to accomodate cheer matting (see below) and have theater or arena style seating for spectators. Cheer must have 9 strips carpeted matting equaling 42 feet x 54 feet (1 3/8 inch thick). Dance should have a wood or marley floor with dimensions 40 feet x 53 feet. A separate warm-up space must be provided that is located in the same venue. An area for officials must be located without interruption from spectators and above the performance area. The competition floor and warm-up area must have appropriate lighting, visible timers and proper sound equipment. Spectator seating must be provided for a minimum of 750 people.

   

Hotel Requirements:

One headquarters hotel within 15 minutes of the venue that has comfortable rooms, meeting rooms and a banquet hall. The banquet hall would potentially host a dinner for approximately 600 people. Overflow/alternate housing (1-2 hotels) for fans is also requested.

   

Average Length of Stay:

2 nights

   

Room Block Needed:

250 

   

Room Rate:

The price range is $90-$115, regardless of room occupancy

   

Hotel Pre-Registration:

Participants will work directly with the hotel to make reservations and submit payment.

   

Contact:

Hannah Harmon, Championships Manager
(816) 595-8000
hharmon@naia.org


Event History:

2017-18: Abe Lemons Arena, Oklahoma City University; Oklahoma City, Okla.