LOUISVILLE, KY (September 16th, 2013) To continue their trend of being the BIGGEST, most affordable and convenient end-of-season events, The U.S. Finals has decided to reduce the pricing for 3rd, 4th and 5th place bid winners to just $85 per athlete. The U.S. Finals believes that every team deserves the right to Get Ranked and end your season together, and this price reduction is aimed at making it more affordable for customers to bring every team in their program to The U.S. Finals.
“Coaches, athletes and parents work together all season long, and at the end of the year that teamwork is no different,” says U.S. Finals Executive Director, Tina Sexton. “Coaches tell us all the time how important it is to their business that they end their season together as a team.”
You will see The U.S. Finals using a new hashtag on their social media sites; #EndItTogether, which invites programs to come to The U.S. Finals and end their season together.
“At the end of the season, coaches are already thinking about next season. Taking your whole program to The U.S. Finals is a no-brainer. It builds unity and loyalty to your program, and ultimately ensures that your upcoming tryouts are a wild success,” says Sexton.
2014 pricing will again be based on the highest bid earned by each team at qualifying events. Teams earning first place at a qualifier will pay first place pricing, and so on. Paid registration bids can also be won at select qualifiers. Pricing for the 2014 U.S. Finals events will be as follows:
- Paid Bid – Free*
- 1st Place Bid – $55 per athlete
- 2nd Place Bid – $75 per athlete
- 3rd Place Bid – $85 per athlete
- 4th Place Bid – $85 per athlete
- 5th Place Bid – $85 per athlete
*There is a $100 processing fee per team.
ABOUT THE U.S. FINALS
The U.S. Finals is a multi-brand, end-of-the-season event series aimed at crowning TRUE CHAMPIONS in all divisions and levels of cheer and dance, giving teams a chance to see where they rank against other teams from coast to coast. Teams must receive a bid from any of the seven qualifying events in order to attend The U.S. Finals. Once qualified, teams are welcome to attend U.S. Finals events across the nation. At the end of the event series, teams from all locations are ranked against each other, and Overall Champions are crowned at the conclusion of all events in May 2014.