Today, the Oregon School Activities Association and Rebel Athletic jointly announce their new partnership, which designates Rebel Athletic as the “Exclusive Cheer and Dance/Drill Partner of the OSAA”. As part of the agreement, Rebel Athletic will be the Presenting Sponsor of the Cheerleading State Championships on February 11 at Oregon City High School and the Dance/Drill State Championships on March 17-18 at the Salem Pavilion.
“We are excited to partner with Rebel Athletic for our Cheerleading and Dance/Drill State Championships,” said Peter Weber, OSAA Executive Director. “Rebel Athletic’s reputation for craftsmanship, personalized service, and incredible value will be beneficial to our member schools. Rebel’s support, along with the addition of new categories to this year’s championships, aligns with OSAA’s commitment to grow cheer and dance within the association.”
“Rebel Athletic is thrilled to partner with the OSAA,” said Karen Noseff Aldridge, CEO of Rebel Athletic Inc. “The OSAA’s commitment to growing the cheer and dance programs in Oregon is aligned with Rebel’s mission of providing great experiences for cheer and dance programs and their athletes. Together we hope to enhance the product and service offerings to all members of the OSAA.”
About Rebel Athletic
Rebel Athletic was founded in 2013. Rebel’s emphasis is on creating trends for the cheerleading and dance industry and carving the path for the future of cheerleading and dance fashion. Luxury craftsmanship, personalized service, couture design and incredible value are Rebel’s hallmarks. With these efforts, Rebel provides a stage for the athletes who wear the Rebel Mark to dent the universe through fashion and self-expression. https://www.rebelathletic.com/
About the OSAA
Created in 1918, the Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) is a private non-profit, board-governed association comprised of 294 public and private member high schools. A member of the National Federation of State High School Associations, the OSAA annually sponsors 113 team and 426 individual event state championships for students competing in 19 interscholastic activities. For more information, visit OSAA.org or follow @OSAASports on social media.