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The first annual National All Star Cheer And Dance Day took place September 12, 2015 and united programs across the country in a celebration of All Star Cheer and Dance.
While the immediate future related to COVID-19 is still uncertain — and you can't be sure social distancing guidelines won't be relaxed — that doesn't mean NASCDD can't be celebrated virtually!
Start brainstorming now, continue the tradition and celebrate All Star in your community — whether in person or online! Current, new, and prospective athletes are sure to have fun at one of the hundreds of events taking place nationwide.
Checked out the National All Star Cheer & Dance Day choreography yet? Decided on your plans for participating in an event? Don't delay — get started today! Everything you need to have THE BEST #NASCDD is available to you on the USASF Member Resource site. https://t.co/ik0GQGMriS pic.twitter.com/zlhYNuATjB— USASF Cheer (@USASFcheer) August 22, 2020
What is National All Star Cheer & Dance Day?
A chance to celebrate all the wonderful things that make all star special. It's a great way to celebrate your athletes, coaches, and parents while attracting and educating new participants about the benefits of all star cheer and dance.
How can YOU celebrate NASCDD?
Learn the official NASCDD routine, perform with your teammates in the gym, or virtually on NASCDD. Be sure to post your videos on social and don't forget to use #NASCDD.
Login to your USASF Member resources site for the official 2020 NASCDD dance, music, marketing materials, and planning guides.
Already an all star athlete or coach?
Thank YOU for being a part of our incredible community. There really is no other activity that rivals the dedication and passion of all star athletes and coaches. The time you put into practice, competitions and the community is something to be applauded.
Have a happy National All Star Cheer & Dance Day!