Free Guide: Insights and Tips for Ordering Cheerleading Uniforms

by omni

Cheerleading season is approaching! Here at the Cheerleading Blog, we’ve put together a free Tips for Ordering Cheerleading Uniforms guide to help new coaches kick their season off right! There is a lot to consider when choosing uniforms for your cheerleading team to wear during the season. Setting clear boundaries will help keep the peace among the team. This guide gives you a focused plan of attack to help you start, and manage, the different stages of the ordering process for cheerleading uniforms. Fill out the form below to get your free copy now, and easily save, print and share this guide with your cheer community! Name* First Last Email* Enter Email Confirm Email Zip Code Which best describes you: CheerleaderDancerCoachParentChoreographerOther Sign me up to receive emails from Omni Cheer Blog and its partners Omni Cheer Blog does not sell your contact information. See our privacy policy. Email EXCERPT: How to Choose A Cheerleading Apparel Provider Do your research! Find a company that you are comfortable with, and that can meet your specific deadlines and requirements. When you are researching you should consider: Budget. Remember that your team will have to launch fundraising efforts, so keep the prices reasonable. Request that each company send you as accurate an estimate as possible (including shipping and taxes). Shopping around will also give you a sense of each company’s policies, including low price guarantees and shipping and delivery options. In-Stock. Just because a company carries your team’s colors, doesn’t mean that they have them in-stock. Be sure to check on the availability, or get an idea of what kind of delivery delay you would face if the color is not in stock. Production Time. If you are going to have items that are custom fit or have customization, this will add days, or possibly weeks, to the production time of your order. When you are getting estimates, make sure you aren’t getting the “average’ production time. Have the representative you are working with give you a custom estimate that considers the size of your order, and ask for an expected delivery date (not a production period). You found a company that meets your requirements. Now what? Download your free copy of the guide to learn the next steps in the ordering process, and to access all of the expert tips.

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