Kreaturettes announce coordinator, choreographer
LAKELAND, Fla. The Kissimmee Kreatures Franchise, Head Coach Marquette Smith, and The Vamps are pleased to announce and welcome the two key members to their dance squad. The hiring of the Coordinator, Nicola Smith, and the Choreographer, Dee Love, was officially announced after weeks of interviewing.
Nicola comes to the Kreatures with 14 years of experience and a background in sports management. I am so excited to be working with such a great organization, and I am optimistic for the future of our dance squad, stated Smith.
Love has coached Reebok City Jam on ESPN, choreographed music videos featuring MC Hammer and Salt N Peppa, and has appeared on the Arsenio Hall Show and Club MTV as a featured dancer. He was also a contestant at the Goodwill Games were here took home the gold for TaeKwon-Do. His special training in dance, ballet, jazz, ethnic dance, hip-hop, street dance, and freestyle will add diversity and pizzazz to the inaugural season of the Vamps.
For more information about becoming a Kissimmee Vamp, or having them visit your next function, please contact Nicola Smith at (407) 448-4842.
For additional information about Centurion Sports Management, LLC, the NIFL, or season ticket and corporate sponsorship information, please visit our website at www.centurionsportsmanagement.com or call 863-687-8110. Additional information about the team can be found at the league website, www.nationalindoorfootballleague.net, or 888-422-9682.
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