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DIY Baton

Posted by Jacinda Miller on

Twirling is a great sport to pursue when you are socially distancing!  Baton Twirling Unlimited, is offering free classes along with sharing videos from our baton twirling video groups and we have had several people ask about what if I want to try baton but don't have a baton... No problem! We can make a DIY  baton!  Easiest DIY baton ever is the wrapping paper tube! Just remove the wrapping paper and the tube underneath is perfect for basic twirling!  Second easiest DIY baton is to use PVC pipe! Many people have PVC pipe around their house (a typical baton...

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Easy Steps To Starting A Baton Program

Posted by Jacinda Miller on

Starting a baton program can be exciting but also overwhelming and scary. Many people don't know where to even begin. Follow these easy steps for starting your own baton program. 1. Find your location. A few options are parks and recreation programs, after school programs, renting space from a school or community center.  2. Develop your name, logo and start to think about your branding.  3. Create a website and social media pages such as Facebook or Instagram.  4. Create your schedule. What ages will you teach? What nights?  5. Promote your classes. Use Facebook ads, Google ads, fliers, community...

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Trial Classes. Making Yours A Success.

Posted by Jacinda Miller on

Five important things to think about for your trial classes.

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Announcing Our Summer Baton Competition & Clinics

Posted by Jacinda Miller on

Summer Baton Competition & Clinics format and dates announced.

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Trial Classes. Four Reasons They Help Grow Your Baton Progam.

Posted by Jacinda Miller on

Trial classes are a great promotional tool for teacheres to use to grow their baton twirling programs! Learn more about this important recruiting tool! 

 

 

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