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Experience today What Others Will talk About tomorrow... For over 60 summers, the USA has been “Unstoppable� in setting

the trends with the hottest material, while providing quality training in a safe and fun environment that promotes unity.

uNited sPirit assoCiatioN

summer CamPs

2010


Together...Setting the PRESENt A UNItED FRONt tO YOUR CROWD WItH…. Coordinated material – the usa conducts the only camps that directly coordinate the curriculum and material taught in its cheer, mascot, song/pom & pep flag programs.

Let the fun begin!


Trend!

USA’S UNITED CAMP PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS GET READY FOR GAME DAY WITH USA’S EXCLUSIVE CROWDLEADER® TEAM TRAINING Crowd communication is key! support your athletic teams with crowd communication techniques that are sure to get your fans on their feet!

“GET IN THE GAME” WORKSHOP this interactive class gives your team the basic knowledge of the game of football and provides an overview of cheering for any sport.

GAME ACTION/SIDELINE CHEER EVALUATION all of your programs (cheer, song/pom, pep/short flag and mascot) will work together to prepare for this unique game situation evaluation. We’ll help to get you on the right foot for a great crowdleading season.

LEADERSHIP WORKSHOPS With classes like Unity, Leader in Action and Rally Night, these workshops focus on developing the necessary skills to work together on and off the field.

CLOSING CEREMONIES/ SPIRIT SPECTACULAR highlight material learned at camp and share in the rewards of your hard work together.


SUPPORT STAFF

SELECTED FOR THEIR TECHNICAL SKILLS AS WELL AS THEIR ABILITY TO EFFECTIVELY COMMUNICATE WITH STUDENTS OF ALL AGES, THE USA PRIDES ITSELF ON AN INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF THAT

We’re Here For You! the usa support staff provides additional student supervision during “off hours.” dedicated solely to camp safety and logistics, they are there to help you and your teams get the most from your camp experience.

TO TEACH.


LEARN MATERIAL

FROM THE

ABSOLUTE BEST

CHOREOGRAPHER S AND PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT STA FF THAT SET THE TRENDS NATIO NWIDE!

the USA staff, led by some of the nation’s most veteran summer camp leaders... Jimmie Sanford

Vice-President Programs & Curriculum Jimmie is a former cheerleader and graduate of uCla. he has coached and choreographed for many national championship high school, college, all-star and professional cheerleading

and College Cheerleading and mascot teams. he has coached/choreographed cheerleading and tumbling for over 10 years in the salt lake/Provo, utah area. scott has worked as a head instructor and staff member for the usa for the past 11 years. he worked with cheerleaders at both the london New year’s day Parade and the halftime show for the Pro Bowl in oahu, hawaii. scott worked as the mascot Coordinator for the Phoenix suns. he is currently in his 2nd year as the program director for the cheerleading program. ■

Jesa thornton

Cheerleading Program Director

& dance teams throughout the united states, including two Collegiate National Championship titles. internationally, he has judged and taught cheerleading and dance in various countries such as Colombia, Japan, guatamala and singapore. his choreography has been seen worldwide in such events as the macy’s thanksgiving day Parade, Paris & london New year’s Parades, the aloha Bowl and several NFl Pro-Bowls. he has worked with artists such as ‘NsyNC, montell Jordan, salt ‘n Peppa and 98 degrees. he has choreographed for the NFl Pro Bowl Cheerleaders, san diego Chargers, denver Broncos san Fransisco 49ers and the los angeles Clippers. Before Jimmie’s current position with the usa, he directed the Cheerleading and mascot Program for 15 years. ■

Scott Andrewsen

Cheerleading Program Director scott graduated from Brigham young university in Provo, utah. he is a nationally ranked performer, choreographer, and coach for both high school

For 16 years Jesa has been teaching and head instructing summer camps for the united spirit association. she has been an integral part of their program development team for the past 12 years. Jesa has coached and choreographed for many national championship high schools and all star teams throughout California. internationally, she has judged cheer and dance Nationals in Japan and has also judged for the past 3

years at the usasF World’s competition in orlando, Florida. her choreography has been seen worldwide in such events as the london New year’s Parade and many NFl games. she has been producing and directing pre-game and half time field shows for a sports entertainment company, e2k Productions for the past 11 years. she has worked with artists such as ‘NsyNC, 98 degrees, santana, ashlee simpson, enrique iglesias, Jason mraz, Jasmine trias from american idol season 3, don ho and lifehouse. ■

Carina Olis

Songleading/Pom and Pep/Short Flag Program Director Carina is a graduate from California state university long Beach, where she danced and choreographed for a cham-

pionship hip-hop team, PaC modern. she has worked with nationally ranked song and dance squads nationwide. Carina has choreographed for multiple collegiate and professional dance teams, including the Portland trailblazers, indiana Pacers, los angeles Clippers, san diego Charger girls, and the NFl Pro Bowl Cheerleaders. she is also a former member of the los angeles Clipper spirit dance team. recently, Carina danced in “Bring it on: Fight to the Finish starring Christina milian. in her fifteen years with the usa, Carina has has been an integral part of the program development for the songleading/Pom and Pep/short Flag Programs. Carina has judged for high school, college, and all star national competitions nationwide, and has also traveled internationally to Japan, london and Colombia as a representative for the usa. she is currently a member of the usasF dance Worlds committee and is in her 7th year as the songleading & Pep Flag Program director for the usa. ■

YOUR TEAMS’ GROWTH IS OUR GOAL!

Each staff member completes extensive training workshops to bring you the latest in safety, technical skills, leadership training and useable material.

“The staff helps bring out the best in our squad and pushes us to the best of our ability.” Peell hs – Peell, Wa Varsity and JV cheer squads


PROMOTE SCHOOL SPIRIT & LEAD THE Game Action/Sideline Cheer Training Pep Rally Production Workshops Game Dynamics Workshops

Cheerleaders

“My squad learned the essential crowd leading skills they need to be effective cheerleaders for their school. We can’t wait to practice at home for that first big game. USA taught them what school cheer is all about!”

the usa cheer program will prepare your students with techniques to promote a safe and successful year.

mOtION tECHNIQUE bUILDINg SAFEtY PYRAmIDS AND JUmPS SPOttINg tECHNIQUE WARm-UPS AND CONDItIONINg

stacy morell, advisor, sequoia hs – redwood City, Ca

Competition for Crowdleader® Teams take the crowdleading techniques you learn at USA camp to competition. USA’s exclusive Crowdleader® teams category at Nationals allows you to showcase all of your teams’ game day skills while promoting unity among all of your programs!

http://usa.varsity.com | 1.800.886.4USA


Song/Pom Program highlights:

mOtIONS/StRAIgHt ARm POm tECHNIQUE DANCE tECHNIQUE tRAININg USEAbLE mAtERIAL FOR tHE WHOLE YEAR CROWD FRIENDLY ROUtINES tEAm AND INDIvIDUAL EvALUAtIONS

“The USA program is the best out there. They always have the hottest choreography and the latest styles.” rachel Paul, advisor/Coach Notre dame high school sherman oaks, Ca

Variety of styles:

Pom, Hip Hop, Novelty, Sideline, Rally/Assembly & Halftime Routines


e n i l e d i s r u o y f o L L A y f i ! s Un m a e t SPIRIT Pep/Short Flags Performance and Sideline Based – The USA Has Training Just for You! “USA Staff is the best of the best, and to be the best, you have to learn from the best. There is no other camp for my girls!” Joshua trickey, Coach adolfo Camarillo high school Pep Flags – Camarillo, Ca

Pep/Short Flag Program Highlights:

Routines for Sidelines, Time-Outs, Rally & Halftimes Team and Individual Evaluations Visual and Dynamic Material Basic to Advanced Twirling Game Day Training Variety of Routines Tricks/Tosses One & Two Flag Technical Training “Trick Challenge”

http://usa.varsity.com | 1.800.886.4USA


Mascots

We Create Character! mascots provide a symbol to promote school pride and unity. With a curriculum and instructors who focus on this unique activity, the usa will help you to bring your mascots to life.

Program Highlights:

Crowd Interaction Game Day Training Sideline Gags Novelty Routines Props Usage

“USA camp was great! A superior staff made it easy for me as a first time coach to feel comfortable and stress free.” Christy olson, advisor/Coach Pleasant grove hs – Pleasant grove, ut

ADVISORS/COACHES – Get the Tools You Need to Lead Your Team!

at each usa overnight camp, head instructors work as your staff teammate to conduct daily workshops that focus on safety training and important topics that impact today’s advisors and coaches.

You will receive a coach’s gift along with a coach’s manual that will guide you through your entire season. As a USA camp attendee, you will also receive bonus material just in time for winter sports!

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Your Summer Camp 2010 vIP status also gives you a complimentary tryout packet complete with a DvD of material and music CD for the cheer, song/pom and pep/short flag programs. Packets mailed in February 2011.

Safety First Always!

Want to start a pep/short flag program?

www.aacca.org

Ask us how!

usa staff is trained in and promotes safety techniques that are supported by the american association of Cheerleading Coaches and administrators (aaCCa).

NFHS Stunt Progressions and Dance technique courses offered at select USA camp locations.

www.nfhs.org

For more information about NFhs, log onto www.nfhs.org.


Jr. High/Youth Camps this tailored camp provides a solid foundation for younger spiritleaders in an atmosphere designed specifically for their needs.

Junior High/Youth Camps Offer:

The USA conducts a variety of ca

Extra Adult Supervision Lower Student-to-Staff Ratio Modified Camp Schedule For a more advanced experience, junior high and middle school teams are welcome at most usa high school camps. youth day camps or one-day clinics are also available. Customize a curriculum for your teams – call the usa for details! 1.800.886.4usa (872) Look for the

next to these camp locations.

“This was the best experience for my squad. The staff was so accommodating. It was the best camp I’ve been to. We’ll definitely come again!” ashley Williams, advisor roy Jh – layton, ut

Elite Camps With an emphasis on technical skill building and more performance-based opportunities, the usa elite Camp curriculum challenges the more advanced team technically, while still emphasizing the importance of leading your crowd.

USA Elite Camps Include:

Accelerated Curriculum “Showtime” – Mock Competition Game Day Training Exclusive Pyramids/Transitional Skills Dance Technique Tumbling Technique Classes Daily Stunt Challenge Spirit/Dance Star Competition Criteria to attend: entire cheer squad must be able to safely and properly execute double-base extensions with a cradle and entire song/pom squad must be able to execute double turns as a prerequisite to attending a usa elite camp. Look for

next to these camp locations.


Unity Camps

A Hallmark of the USA!

amps to meet a variety of needs.

Day Camps

LAS VEGAS AND SAN DIEGO TBA

usa day Camps provide a “day only” curriculum where students return home in the evening. the program encompasses much of the content of a “residential” overnight camp over a 3 or 4-day period. schedules are tailored to fit summer school needs, with dates often happening over a weekend. Look for the

next to these camp locations.

Home Camps

The USA Comes to You! Personalize your camp experience at your own school!

Bring your school groups together with a program designed specifically to promote unity between school activities – spirit/dance/band auxiliary units. these unique camps will offer the traditional skills based training and material taught in individual programs at the usa, while offering classes to build bridges between school groups.

Workshops Include:

Group Communication Defining Roles Promoting Campus Unity Respecting Differences Role Model Responsibilities Unity Builders Team Dynamics specific hours of the camp will be designed to bring all programs together to work on common challenges that all activities face. this camp is designed to set a foundation for groups working together all season, building campus-wide unity. Look for

next to these camp locations.

each home Camp must have a minimum of 12 students. if you have multiple programs (i.e. cheerleading, song/ pom, pep/short flags, etc.) and have less than 12 students in any given program, please call the usa office. 1.800.886.4USA (872) usa home Camps include workbooks and special awards; however, they do not offer all of the curriculum or highlights of an overnight camp. Staff housing, travel and food expenses are included in the price for most Home Camps. Additional travel cost may be incurred for certain Home Camp locations.

Instructor Ratios:

1 instructor ......12-20 12-20 students 2 instructors ....21-35 21-35 students 3 instructors ....36-50 36-50 students 4 instructors ....51-65 51-65 students

2-Day - $135 3-Day - $161 Visit http://usa.varsity.com for a home camp registration form.

Don’t see a camp that meets your spiritleading needs? Give us a call – we’re here to help.

1.800.886.4USA


Learn fresh new material for basketball season and give your teams the opportunity to perform at a collegiate or professional sporting event! Denver Nuggets Rally denver, Co

YOU KNOW ABOUT THE USA CAMP EXPERIENCE,

NOW WHAT DO YOU DO?

Golden State Warriors Rally

here is a camp checklist for your convenience:

oakland, Ca

Phoenix Suns Rally Phoenix, aZ

Sacramento Kings Rally

Decide which type of camp you would like to attend:

San Francisco 49ers Rally

OvERNIgHt – maximize your team bonding with the usa by going away to camp for a few days!

UCLA Rallies

DAY – see other teams in action at a local facility with this affordable alternative to an overnight camp!

sacramento, Ca

san Francisco, Ca los angeles, Ca

HOmE – usa staff provides great instruction conveniently at your school!

Check out our website for more information!

http://usa.varsity.com

Reserve your space by calling the usa office at 800.886.4872* or by calling your Varsity/Cdt representative.

Conduct tryouts, select your team and collect deposits.

Submit your registration complete with deposit and enrollment form (see general information for instructions and methods of payment) to the usa office.

get organized – fundraise, give deadlines for camp balance payments and run practices to prepare for camp.

Share information (items needed, directions, etc.) received from usa office with team members and distribute to parents.

Sign up for a USA one-day spring clinic prior to summer to give your new team the experience of working together! (Visit our website http:// usa.varsity.com for a list of spring clinic dates coming soon.)

Call the USA office with any questions that you may have prior to camp. We are happy to help you!

make sure you have all team members’ medical release forms!

go to camp and have a great time!

*your space at camp is not guaranteed until the $50 deposit per team member has been received along with your team registration. see general information for details.

USA tryout clinicians and judges are available upon request for a fee. Some date/location restrictions apply.

1.800.886.4USA (4872)


DATES & LOCATIONS Abbreviations and Symbols: C - Cheer S - song/dance P - Pom/dance m - mascot PF - Pep Flag/short Flag - day Camp - elite Camps - Junior high Camps - unity Camps (with dance (d) and/or Band (B) Camps) OC - on Campus COm - Commuter NP - Non-Participant *NFhs credential courses offered during these dates/location. NFhs not offered at Junior high Camp sessions.

CAN’T STAY OVERNIGHT? usa offers commuter participant registration at any of its overnight camps. The commuter option provides instruction only at most locations. (No lodging or meals are included).

ARIZONA

OC

COm

NP

Northern Arizona Univ., Flagstaff Jun 28-Jul 1 C, P

CALIFORNIA Santa Barbara

June 22-25 July 19-22 July 26-29 August 2-5 August 9-12 August 16-19

C, S, m C, S, m C, S C, S, m C, S, m C, S, m

UC Santa Cruz

June 25-28 C, S July 9-12 C, S, PF (B) July 16-19 C, S, m July 23-26 C (D) August 2-5 C, S, m August 6-9 C, S August 7-9 C, S August 11-14 C, S August 16-19 C

UC Irvine

July 16-18 July 23-26 Jul 29-Aug 1 August 5-8 August 12-15

$319 $175 $274 OC

COm

NP

$354 $354 $354 $354 $354 $354

$160 $160 $160 $160 $160 $160

$324 $324 $324 $324 $324 $324

July 23-26 August 3-6

$339 $160 $309 $354 $175 $309

C (D) C, S

UC San Diego

(to be held at but not sponsored by UC San Diego) August 2-5 C, S $341 $160 $311

Simpson University, Redding June 27-30

$299 $160 $269

C, S

Cal State Sacramento July 9-11 C Jul 29-Aug 1 C, S (B)

$255 $130 $225 $339 $160 $309

$357 $357 $357 $357 $357 $372 $268 $357 $357

$160 $160 $160 $160 $160 $175 $130 $160 $160 $130 $175 $160 $160 $160

Chapman University, Orange

$327 $327 $327 $327 $327 $327 $238 $327 $327 $235 $324 $324 $324 $324

$265 $130 $235

(to be held at but not sponsored by UCLA) June 24-27 C (B) $359 $160 $329 July 15-18 C, S $374 $175 $329 August 4-7 C, S, m $359 $160 $329

Cal State Stanislaus July 8-11

C, S (B)

$319 $160 $289

Standard Middle School, Bakersfield Dates tbA

C

(commuter) $160

OC

COm

Boise State University, Boise July 14-17

July 19-22

C (D)

NP

$265 $160 $235

NP

University of Oregon, Eugene

$278 $160 $248

C

UTAH

OC

COm

Utah State University, Logan

June 21-24 July 5-8 July 6-8 July 12-15

$271 $271 $214 $286

C C (D) C C, S

$160 $160 $130 $175

NP

$241 $241 $184 $241

Southern Utah University, Cedar City $275 $160 $245

C (D)

OC

COm

St, Martin’s College, Lacey July 9-12

Mead High School July 15-17

C

NP

$277 $160 $247

C (D)

(commuter) $160

GoTo: http://usa.varsity.com for the most current camp dates and locations. Note: dates and locations are subject to change.

COm

$288 $175 $243

C

WASHINGTON

C,S,m (commuter) $160

IDAHO

OC

Lewis and Clark College, Portland

June 23-26

Sunnyside High School, Fresno June 24-27

OREGON

July 15-18

UCLA

C, S $265 C, S, m $369 C,S,m,PF $354 C (B, D) $354 C $354

Jul 30-Aug 1 C, S

Cal Lutheran Univ., Thousand Oaks


Davis Conference Center layton, ut June 28-July 1 (C, s, d)

Copper mountain Resort

No Comparison!!

Copper mountain, Co June 28-30 (C, P)

Knott’s Resort

✔ Meals Included in the Cost!

Buena Park, Ca June 28-July 1 (C, s, d)

✔ Specially Selected Staff! ✔ New Sessions Added for 2010!

Knott’s Elite Resort Buena Park, Ca August 9-12 (C, s)

See Resort brochure for details or visit us at

http://usa.varsity.com

SUMMER CAMP GENERAL INFORMATION: 1. RESERvAtIONS a. once you have selected your camp date and location and have an estimated number of students who will attend, you may make reservations by calling the usa office. b. Your final numbers will be confirmed when you have submitted your Enrollment Form and per person deposit.

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2. REgIStRAtION a. in order to secure your reservation, please complete the attached enrollment Form and mail it in with your $50.00 per person deposit and camp policy form no later than 45 days prior to the start of your camp. the enrollment form may be duplicated for additional names. b. if the deposit and enrollment Form are not received at least 45 days prior to the start of your camp, then the reservation is subject to cancellation. there is no guarantee that a cancelled reservation will be reinstated for the original camp date request once a deposit and an enrollment Form is received after the 45 day due date. reinstatement will only occur once all “holds” for the camp are cleared and the usa office has received a deposit and enrollment form. c. send one enrollment Form per team/ squad (include all participants and nonparticipants). d. a $50.00 per person registration deposit must be sent with the enrollment and Camp Policy forms. e. the $50.00 non-refundable deposit secures your place at camp and is applied to the total camp fee. Full payment may be sent with the enrollment Form if desired. Please see item #3 for detailed information regarding payments. f. the “on Campus” fee includes all housing, meals, and instruction. g. the “Commuter” fee includes instruction only. (meals may be purchased for “commuters” on a per meal basis at most facilities – contact the usa office for more information).

j.

i.

k.

the “Non-Participant” fee includes housing and meals and is used for all advisors, coaches, parents, etc. attending the camp. due to contractual obligations with host facilities, camp fees will be charged to all attendees regardless of age or participation. adults may also audit student classes and attend director’s workshops. Participants must be at least 10 years of age to attend a Junior High Camp and at least 12 years of age to attend a High School Camp. once the usa office has received your enrollment and Camp Policy forms and per person deposit, an email will be sent to the person designated to receive correspondence. this email will include instructions on how to download important camp information and forms from the on-line registration tracker.

3. PAYmENt INFORmAtION a. Payment can be made by credit card, school or cashier’s check, money order or school purchase order. Personal or organizational checks are not accepted. b. make all payments payable to “usa summer Camps.” c. Please no cash, personal checks, or payments made by individual squad members. a $25.00 fee will be assessed for each returned check. d. if you are paying with a purchase order, it should be written for the entire camp balance and submitted with a completed enrollment Form. make sure the school name appears on the purchase order. teams submitting purchase orders without a completed Enrollment Form will not be registered. e. as an added convenience, payment can be made with masterCard, Visa, discover, or american express. For deposit paid by credit card, use the space for credit card authorization on the enrollment Form. f. the balance of the camp fee is due and must be received in the USA

office no later than three weeks prior to the camp opening date. Any registrations that have not been paid in full after this date will be subject to cancellation and any associated deposit paid will be forfeited. Payments will not be accepted at camp. 4. CANCELLAtION/ADD/CHANgE POLICY a. any changes/cancellations after your enrollment Form has been processed will need to be submitted in writing to the usa office. b. all payments, except the $50.00 per person deposit, are fully refundable if written notice of cancellation is received in the usa office at least 14 days prior to your camp opening. c. if you do not receive an invoice confirmation reflecting your revised numbers within 48-hours of submission, please follow up with the usa registration department. d. Cancellations are official only when received in writing and confirmed by the USA office. e. USA will ONLY accept cancellations in writing. f. Because of facility deposits paid by usa, “no-shows” at camp or cancellations received less than 14 days prior to camp will not receive any type of refund and will be responsible for the full tuition. Payments may be applied to substitutes that are added at the same time of the cancellation; however, if there is no alternate person, the $50.00 deposit cannot be applied to the balance of those attending. Should a “no-show” individual at a camp have an outstanding balance (e.g. unpaid school purchase order, etc.), full tuition will still be due for the individual even though she/he did not attend camp. 5. REFUND REQUEStS a. a separate refund request for cancellations received in writing at least 14 days prior to the camp opening must

be submitted in writing to the usa office by october 1, 2010. again, the refund request is separate from cancellation request. No refund will be issued before the end of camp or after december 31, 2010. 6. ROOm ASSIgNmENtS a. room assignments will be made by the team representative upon arrival at camp. b. to expedite this process, please prepare your own rooming list (two to a room at most locations) and bring it to camp. 7. CAmP CAPACItY a. many usa camps fill to capacity. if bed space is not available when you register, you will be notified immediately regarding alternate camp dates. 8. CAmP CHAPERONE each school is required to bring at least one adult chaperone that is over 21 years of age. the camp chaperone fee is $125.00 and is limited to one per school/organization. b. Chaperone responsibilities primarily involve assisting and supervising students at night. Chaperones are assigned to areas with their own students; however, they may be asked to oversee students from other teams. c. any additional adults (directors, coaches, etc.) should register on the enrollment Form and pay the “Non-Participant” fee. a.

9. COmmUtINg COACHES/ ADvISORS FEE a. Commuting teams may register one (1) coach/advisor to attend camp at no cost. b. any additional coaches/advisors/ non-participants may attend at the rate of $25.00 per person. c. Please be sure to list all commuting adults on the enrollment Form.

USA Customer Service Representatives are ready to answer any questions regarding camp locations, dates, program details, or registration procedures.

Please contact us at 1.800.886.4USA (4872) or camps@usacamps.com.


CUSTOMER# _________________________________________

SESSION CODE(S) _________________________________________

F O R O F F I C E U S E O N LY

DATE REC’D_________________ DEPOSIT AMT_________________ CC____________________CK#____________________ PO#____________________________________ENTERED BY________________ AS_______

VC_______

JVC_______

F/SC_______

JRC_______

VSP_______

JVSP_______

PF_______

M_______

NP_______

CP_______

COMM_______ MALES_______

2010 USA SPIRIT CAMPS • Enrollment Form

Please print or type information and send to: USA Camps, 11135 Knott Avenue, Suite C, Cypress, California 90630 FAX: 866.761.9365

INDICATE CAMP TYPE: ❍ On Campus

School________________________________________________________________________________

❍ Commuter (Instruction Only)

) _________________________________________________________

Camp Location: ________________________________________________________________________

School Address_ _____________________________________________________________________

Camp Dates: ___________________________________________________________________________

School Phone (

CITY ______________________________________ State ____________ ZIp______________________

Mark YES or NO to the following questions: Is the advisor/director attending camp? Is the advisor/director AACCA certified? Is the advisor/director employed by the school? Is the advisor/director over 21 years of age? Is the contact person the advisor/director?

Director______________________________________________________________________________ Home Phone (

) _ __________________________________________________________

E-mail_________________________________________________________________________________ FAX Phone (

) ______________________________________________________________

Program abbreviations:

C - Cheer

Customer’s Name (Please include NP & CP)

s - Song/Pom

M - Mascot

Program C, S/P, M, PF, np, cP

PF - Pep Flag

Male/ Female

Varsity

NP - Non-Participant J.V.

Frosh/ SOPH

❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍

YES ❍ NO YES ❍ NO YES ❍ NO YES ❍ NO YES ❍ NO

CP - chaperone Jr. High/ MID. SCH.

Amt. Enclosed Per person

❍F ❍M 1.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 2.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 3.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 4.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 5.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 6.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 7.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 8.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 9.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 10._______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 11._______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 12._______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 13._______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 14._______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ FEMALE

(Form may be duplicated for additional names)

MALE

TOTAL: ($50 deposit is non-refundable.)

Person to Receive Correspondence:___________________________________________________ E-Mail________________________________________________________________________________ Home Address_ ______________________________________________________________________

PAYMENT: Payable to: United Spirit Association (PLEASE DO NOT SEND CASH) Forms of payment accepted: money order, cashier’s check and credit card. Personal checks, organization checks, cash or individual payments are not accepted.

CITY ________________________________ State ____________ ZIp___________________________

m CHECK# _________________________Total Amount of Check $_ ___________________

Daytime Phone (

)________________ –_________________________________

Evening Phone (

)________________ –_ ________________________________

m Credit Card Payment: ❍ VISA (Deposits or complete payment only)

PLEASE SEND A SET OF INVOICES TO: ___________________________________________________ (If different from person to receive correspondence)

❍ M/C

❍ AMEX

❍ DISCOVER

Card #_ _______________________________________________________________________ Cardholder’s Name____________________________________________________________

school/organization________________________________________________________________

Expiration Date _________________________ Amount Paid: $_ ______________________

Address______________________________________________________________________________

Cardholder’s Signature_ ______________________________________________________

CITY _______________________________ State ____________ ZIp____________________________

Cardholder’s Billing Address__________________________________________________

email_ ________________________________________________________________________

City____________________________________ State ______________ ZIP_ ______________

fax (

Cardholder’s Phone (

)________________ –____________________________________________

)________________ –____________________________


PRSRT STD U.S. POSTAGE

PAID

Cypress, CA 90630 Permit #29

11135 Knott avenue, suite C Cypress, Ca 90630

PARTICIPATING SPONSORS

Attn: Cheerleading advisor/sponsor song/Pom advisor/sponsor

LONDON TOUR

Attention USA All Americans! Perform in London AND at USA Nationals!

Competition opportunities to showcase your team’s hardwork. Perform with the best at the biggest competitions in the west.

Junior Nationals High School Spirit Nationals Dance/Drill Nationals All-Star Nationals

usa all americans will travel with the usa and perform during the New year’s day Parade on the streets of london. this fun-filled, once in a lifetime opportunity offers students the chance to perform internationally with fellow usa all-americans!

USA Classics & USA Championships Great America Spirit Competition Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Competition

USA is proud to invite

USA All-Americans

to perform at the 2011 USA Nationals.

Want to know more? We’ll see you at camp for the details!

Read all about the tour in the brochure you will receive at camp!

2010 USA Spirit Camps  

Brochure with Information for USA Summer Training Camps. Offering programs for Cheerleaders, Song/Pom Teams, Mascots & Pep Flags

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