Fugitt recognized as All American Cheerleader


    HOT SPRINGS–Rina Fugitt is a cheerleader from Murfreesboro High School, South Pike County School District, in Murfreesboro. She has been chosen as an All American while attending summer camp provided by B² Cheer & Dance. Being recognized as an All American is one of the most sought after individual awards at camp. Those chosen as an All American have demonstrated superior leadership and technical skills in cheerleading and dance. All Americans receive an invitation to perform in the Liberty Bowl Halftime Show.
    Individuals will travel to Memphis for a week of rehearsals dedicated to preparing them for their Liberty Bowl half-time performance. The hours of rehearsals will be well worth the effort when they perform in front of over 55,000 fans at this major college football event alongside a musical guest star, televised to a national audience. While in Memphis, they will also have the chance to perform in the Liberty Bowl Beale Street Parade held on historic Beale Street as well as attend the Liberty Bowl Rodeo.
    For more information, visit b2cheerdance.com.

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