Donna with her daughter, Freya [REX]

We are so excited to begin our 7th season at Tribute National Talent starting in January 2018. Over the last seven years we have had the privilege and honor of seeing thousands of dancers from across the country and hundreds of outstanding dance studios and teachers attend our events. From day one we have always focused on the importance of family and to share with others the love, respect and appreciation that is so important. With hundreds of choices on dance competitions and conventions to attend, we always want our company to stand out by not only hosting a very professional event but to be different in a positive way. We don’t just focus on a score or award, we share a message that does in some way make a huge impact on others. Every dance competition has similar aspects that are visible as you attend a variety of events, but at Tribute we are the only competition that takes a moment away from competing to have dancers share the love they have for their parents. We have always done everything we can to make sure parents are recognized for the contributions they make for dance by allowing their sons and daughters to do what they love. We hope that we have the opportunity to see you at one of our events in 2018 to experience the difference at Tribute National Talent. Here’s to an amazing new season of dance and memories.

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