Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Announce Return of Junior DCC Program at The Star in Frisco

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Frisco, Texas – The Dallas Cowboys announced the return of Junior Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Power Pom classes, a non-competitive, pom class for dancers who are discovering the love and excitement of dance. 

Following performances on Good Morning Texas and at the Dallas Cowboys Thursday Night Football game on November 30th, the Junior Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders squad is excited to get classes underway in February. 

“We are thrilled to announce the Junior DCC program powered by Next Step Performing Arts Center,” said Kelli Finglass, Dallas Cowboys Director of Cheerleading. “This program gives young girls the exciting opportunity to experience the joy of dance alongside the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. While learning performance skills, the Junior DCC program promotes confidence, character and physical fitness in young girls.”

Power Pom classes, taught by authentic Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, will begin in February 2018 at the new Next Step Dance location at Dallas Cowboys Headquarters at The Star in Frisco.  Classes are available for ages 5-8 (Mini DCC) and 9-12 (Junior DCC), and provide performance team opportunities such as halftime and plaza performances at Cowboys home games, nursing home visits with the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, a year-end recital and more!

Registration is available now. 

For more information and to register, visit DallasCowboys.com/JuniorDCC or contact Next Step Dance at (214) 387-4466.

Fans visiting The Star may dine and shop at a variety of restaurants and retail spaces that are now open. 

To learn more about The Star and upcoming events at Ford Center, visit www.TheStarinFrisco.com.

About the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders:

Since their first Championship days in the 1970’s, the Dallas Cowboys have been called “America’s Team” and their famed cheerleaders are “America’s Sweethearts.” The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders have been often imitated throughout the league, but never equaled in terms of beauty, style, athleticism and worldwide popularity. The blue and white star-spangled uniforms have unquestionably become an iconic symbol of America. The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders perform for more than 80,000 fans at all home games at AT&T Stadium, travel to exotic locations on the annual Swimsuit Calendar Shoot, perform around the world on USO Tours for American military personnel and families and make countless appearances in film and television. The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders made history as the first cheerleading squad to have a self-titled made for television movie, and are the only entity to have the honor of receiving the first-ever “Spirit of Hope” Award.  They were also inducted into the VFW Hall of Fame, and awarded the American Legion’s Distinguished Service Medal in recognition of the many years of dedicated service to the men, women and families of American Armed Forces. The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders continue to make cable television history on CMT with 12 seasons of “DCC: Making The Team” as its highest rated non-music show.

About Next Step Dance:

Michelle Stafford, Rita Allen and Russell Spearman opened Next Step Dance in Frisco, TX in August of 2008. There was no business plan, prospective, or financial proposal, just a desire to create a home for all dancers. Their goal was to provide professional training to both the experienced, talented dancer as well as the new, beginner dancer. With this in mind, they have created a state-of-the-art studio…a place to call home.

About The Star:

The Star is the 91-acre campus of the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters and practice facility in Frisco, Texas. Developed as a first-of-its-kind partnership between the City of Frisco and Frisco ISD, The Star features Ford Center, a 12,000-seat stadium that hosts Frisco ISD football games and other events; Cowboys Fit, a 60,000 square-foot gym developed in partnership with leading fitness developer, Mark Mastrov; Cowboys Club, a members-only club where the country club meets the NFL; the Omni Frisco Hotel, a 16-floor, 300-room luxury hotel; Baylor Scott & White Sports Therapy & Research at The Star, a 300,000 square-foot center of excellence for sports medicine set to open in 2018; and a variety of shopping, dining and nightlife options.

For more information on The Star, visit TheStarInFrisco.com.

SOURCE: Dallas Cowboys Release

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