Greatmats 2nd Annual National Cheerleading Coach of the Year Award
2017 National Cheerleading Coach of the Year Voting Begins Nov. 16
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(If the ballot does not load, please visit https://www.facebook.com/Greatmats/ - Look for the voting photo album and like the photo of the person you'd like to vote for.)
(Click on the name to see his/her nomination.)
Mallory Bice - Southside Charter High School - Batesville
Ashley Moeller - Cascade High School - West Clayton
Erin Namie - Bluegrass Cheer & Dance - Hopkinsville
Shawna Dole - Charlestown Youth Football and Cheerleading - Hopkinsville
Perrmella Harris - Metro Cheer and Dance - Livonia
Amy Beth Klopf - Coleman Jr./Sr. High School - Coleman
Kayla and Keith Wilson - Kayla's Krusaders, LLC - Caldwell
Jennifer Shipman-Jordan - Bradford Area High School - Bradford
Haley Nicastro - Bradford Area High School - Bradford
Talauren Isley-Byrd - Mathematics, Civics and Sciences Charter School - Philadelphia
Sherri Andrzejewski - Wilkes-Barre Bears - Wilkes-Barre
Keely Huddleston - Fayette County Champion Force Athletics - Somerville
Amanda Kirby - Grainger High School/Rutledge Middle School - Rutledge
How the winner is chosen:
1. Voting will take place on Greatmats' Facebook Page from Nov. 16 through Nov. 30, 2017. The two cheerleading coaches with the most votes will be named finalists.
2. Greatmats will judge the two finalists to determine the winner based on:
A. Demonstration of Service
B. Demonstration of Integrity
C. Demonstration of Quality
1. $250 in Greatmats Products (or $150 Cash Option) for affiliated facility
2. Coach/school profile to be released with the announcement of the winner on Dec. 15, 2017.
3. National Cheerleading Coach of the Year Certificate
Greatmats is a national cheerleading mat leader based in Milltown, Wisconsin, since 1999. Identified as one of the top 3,000 fastest growing companies in the USA three times since 2008, Greatmats has earned an A+ Better Business Bureau rating and 9.5 TrustPilot rating. Greatmats gives back to its local community by donating 5% of its annual profits to local non-profit organizations. It also supports green initiatives through the use of solar energy at its Wisconsin headquarters and by offering a large variety of products made from recycled and renewable resources.
View all of Greatmats' cheer mats at http://www.greatmats.com/cheerleading-mats.php.
This contest is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by or associated with Facebook.
All media submissions, including text, photos and videos become property of Greatmats.
Read about 2016 winner Coach Amy Beth Klopf and runner up Danielle Estes!!!
Nearly 4,000 votes were cast in the inaugural year of the contest, which is part of the second annual Greatmats National Award Series which honors instructors, trainers and coaches who have made a positive difference in their communities and the lives of their students.
Voting Instructions: Visit Greatmats Facebook page during the voting period to vote for this year's National Cheerleading Coach of the Year. Find the photo gallery ballot associated with the National Cheerleading Coach of the Year Contest and click like on the photo of the Cheer Coach you'd like to win. Each like counts as one vote. Only likes to the original post count as votes. Feel free to share a photo or the gallery ballot with friends and family and encourage them to vote, but remind them to like the original post to make sure their votes count. The two Cheerleading Coaches with the most ''like'' votes will be named finalists. From that point, Greatmats will choose the winner (scroll down to see prizes) based on demonstration of service, integrity and quality.
Want to honor a cheerleading coach for his/her outstanding achievements, unique style, humanitarian efforts, etc.? Then nominate for him/her for the 2017 National Cheerleading Coach of the Year Award, sponsored by Greatmats. The award, part of Greatmats National Award Series, is designed to recognize Cheerleading Coaches who have made a difference in the lives of their athletes and community through the virtues of service, integrity and quality.
Learn more about Greatmats National Award Series.
How to Nominate
To nominate the coach for this award, email the following information to email@example.com before Nov. 1, 2017. Nominators will not be identified.
1. Coaches Name
2. Name and Address of the School, Gym, Organization, Etc. (Must be located in the USA)
3. A brief description of why you are nominating this coach, including how he/she meets the criteria of high-level service, integrity and quality
4. A photo and/or video of the Coach
Cheer St. Louis, O'Fallon, Missouri
Maine Stars Cheer Gym, Eliot, Maine
Champion Force Athletics, Knoxville, Tennessee
Cold Springs High School, Bremen, Alabama
Gerry and Kate Richardson
East Coast Majestic, Severn, Maryland
Jill Maria Grimes
Elkton Charter School, Elkton, Oregon
Equinox All-Stars, Louisville, Kentucky
Harper Creek High School, Battle Creek, Michigan
Kelly Jo Ivone
Homer High School, Homer, Alaska
Denfeld High School, Duluth, Minnesota
Pasco Police Athletic League Trinity Mustangs Flyweight Team, Trinity, Florida
United Airstrike Allstars/The Hanford High Bullpups, Hanford, California
Amy Beth Klopf
Coleman Junior Senior High School, Coleman, Michigan
World Class Athletics, Panama City Beach, Florida
Reno Pop Warner, Reno, Nevada
Icon Cheer, Springfield, Missouri
Alabama Cheerleading Center, Bessemer, Alabama
Glenwood Valley Athletics, Glenwood Springs, Colorado
Norte Vista High School, Riverside, California
The California All-Stars Ontario, Ontario, California
Ashton Adams Widhelm
Oklahoma Outlaws Cheer, Ardmore, Oklahoma
Cheetah Cheer and Dance Company, Gainesville, Texas
Erin Denison Namie
Bluegrass Cheercats, Hopkinsville, Kentucky
Bravo Allstars, Wilmington, Massachusetts
University of Mount Union, Alliance, Ohio
Burning Springs Elementary, Manchester, Kentucky
Learn more about Greatmats National Award Series.
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