Cheerleading originated as "cheer leading", meaning that an individual would lead the crowds and even the football players in a cheer. The first cheer leaders originated at Princeton University. Within 10 years many other college football programs originated cheer leaders, and in the 1940s, Dallas native Lawrence Herkimer started the first organized Cheerleading association including his own signature moves from his days as an SMU cheerleader. As popularity amongst collegiate football programs grew, the first professional football squad debuted as the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders, complete with revealing outfits and super coordinated, sophisticated dance moves. Soon, other professional teams followed suit. And while cheerleading was a well-known American institution by the 80s, it wasn't until the 2000 release of the film Bring It On that cheer squads sprang up in Australia and on the European continent. Solage Knowles (Beyonce's sister) starred in a sequel Bring It On: All or Nothing in 2006. It's in this rich tradition that we present our cheerleading ornaments that can be personalized for the cheer athlete in your family. Our cheerleader ornaments can be personalized with the recipient's name and the year, featuring his or her team's spirit colors.
If you're needing to purchase cheerleader ornament gifts for an entire squad or several team squads' camp graduation or need cheerleading banquet ideas, we can create a special bulk or wholesale pricing package to meet your needs. Discounts usually begin at 24 ornaments, with the option to personalize each one individually for specific cheerleaders, or to personalize them all the same with the team's name and the year of the camp completion, successful year's campaign on the field, or a special event attended. Click on the "Contact us" link at the bottom or top banners and send us your specific requirements.
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