We will be continually adding information about the 2016 ACHF World Championships. This post will be updated often.
Fees for ACHF World Championships
$12 per person per dance
$12 per solo or $15 @ the door
$30 Duo/Duet or $35 @ the door
$40 Choreographed Solo or $45 @ the door
Program Book Ad Sales
Support America’s Clogging Hall of Fame World Championships on October 21, 22& 23, 2016 in Spartanburg, SC. Showcase your team and wish them good luck by taking out an ad in our program. Ad prices are as follows:
$100 – Full Page
$50 – ½ Page
$35 – ¼ Page
$25 – Business Card
Deadline for ads are October 3, 2016. Make checks payable to ACHF. Please submit ads and send to this address:
204 Marehaven Court
Piedmont, SC 29673
T-Shirt Design Contest
Design the 2016 ACHF Championships T-Shirt! Entries due by midnight on September 23. Maximum of three (3) colors. Must include “2016” and “ACHF”
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
ACHF is asking for baskets to be donated for this year’s event. We will do the same this year and sell tickets for each basket. We ask that if you can bring one, if you could write up a brief description of the items in basket (if needed) and whom the basket came from (team or individual that did the basket). You do not have to do the description or whom it came from, but everyone always wants to know who make the basket.
We will also be doing the 50/50 drawings again this year.
We are not set up to take credit cards as payment at the Championships and want to remind everyone that cash and checks are excepted.
T- shirt sales will be available for purchase with a new 2016 design.
Programs will be available for purchase.
We want to remind everyone that you cannot bring outside food and drink into the Spartanburg Auditorium. The Auditorium staff will be watching all entrance doors, including the back door behind stage.
There is no cover charge to gain entrance to the Championships.
The plywood floor will be used once again for this years event. In case of slick spots, bring duct tape for the ball of the shoe (right behind the front tap) to help with that.