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Ang galing-galing ng UP Pep Squad.
Congratulations to the UP Pep Squad.
I love the UP Pep Squad.
And even if they win, do you think all the other teams would look up to them in admiration? Knowing what they have done vs almost everyone else's receuitment process? They made money talk. Not illegal but not so classy, as you would put it. It's just called a championship, but theres definitely no glory in it.
In marketing, it's what you call a Lovemark. They might have won the price wars, but people still don't love your brand.
But at least NU gave scholarships to talented kids? At the end of the day, it's what people see at the competition. It's still about the skills, as it should be. Also, with competition coming from emerging teams like NU, cheerleading in the country improves. I thought we are concerned about the level of cheerleading in the country?
Besides, remember how the crowd last year applauded NU's routine and podium finish?
Basta come CDC, I'll be rooting for UP, pero may the best team, how it recruits notwithstanding, win.
Tama. Maganda ang nangyayaring competition ngayon kasi skills na ang usapan, kung dati'y gimmicks vs. skills.
Each team is pushing their limits and hopefully maka-experience din tayo ng Gold sa Worlds in 2-5 years, at the rate that we're going. Pero safety first pa din. Lalo na sa mga pamin.
Anyway, I wont go further coz I know by this alone you would already understand what I was pertaining to.
^ Marami bang pamin sa mundo ng collegiate cheerleading? charot!
Congrats sa UP Pep Squad. Job well done.