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Monday, January 12, 2009

Milwaukee Platinum Dance Team Tryouts 

Posted by James at 1:31 PM ET



The Milwaukee Platinum Dance Team Coordinator and Choreographer is Tiffany Campbell.

Tiffany is a professional dancer, actress, and model. She has over 20 years of various dance training. Tiffany attended Belhaven College where she pursued a Bachelor's degree in Electronic Communications with a minor in Dance. She was a college cheerleader and also founded the colleges' first dance team. Tiffany was a cheerleader at the Citrus Bowl held in Orlando and preformed in the Very Merry Christmas Parade featured on ABC
Television. In 2004 Tiffany preformed with Disney Cruise Line as a dancer/actress. While performing for Disney she volunteered her time with Disney's VoluntEARS Program which fulfilled her love of helping the less privileged.


Tiffany Campbell


Tiffany's experience with Disney has placed a strong emphasis on community and she plans to continue that tradition here in Milwaukee. In addition to their attendance at the games, the Platinum Dance Team will also make several appearances throughout the community at promotional events Tiffany has also had the opportunity to host several Arena Football games.

"I am honored and blessed to be working with such a great organization", Tiffany said. Tiffany has been perfecting her craft, holding various dance classes for kids throughout the Madison/Milwaukee area. Tiffany is also a Ford Model/Actress. You can catch Tiffany in various television commercials, and print ads. Tiffany plans on bringing a jazz-fusion style dance with a bit of hip-hop to the Iron's sidelines. Tiffany is looking for girls with some dance background. "The most important thing that we will be looking for is someone who looks like they are having a good time," Tiffany said.

The Vice President and Director of the Milwaukee Platinum Dance Team is Amy Vallozzi, who has been involved with arena football since the early 1990's. Amy is married to Drew Vallozzi, Owner and Managing Partner of the Milwaukee Iron


More at the Iron's website here.

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