photo courtesy of Cheer Channel First it was Maddie Gardner. Then it was Elle Smith. Now, Chasse is also awarding scholarships to the future Maddie Gardners and Elle Smiths – many of whom were Cheer Channel’s 2013 Superstars of All Stars and runners up. You heard the news about the scholarship program, now you can meet the cheerleaders. Below is the press release all about Dee Temples: CHEERLEADING APPAREL COMPANY CHASSE AWARDS ALL STAR CHEERLEADER DEE TEMPLES WITH COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP As a 2013 “Superstar of the All-Stars,” Dee Temples will receive funding for her continued education as a result of the new Cheer Channel and Chasse partnership. Cheer Channel has partnered with Chasse to enhance its widely popular “Superstars of the All-Stars” program, and provide cheerleaders like Dee Temples with additional opportunities for her future, including a scholarship award. 2013 marks the second year for Cheer Channel’s Superstars of All-Stars program. Temples is one of the 10 Superstars, following in the footsteps of internationally recognized cheerleader Maddie Gardner, who was one of the 2012 Superstars. Each year, Cheer Channel Inc. handpicks its Superstars of All-Stars. Based on their ability to meet a very high set of standards both as an athlete and a person, the cheerleaders that are chosen represent the cream of the crop in the spirit industry. The standards the Superstars must meet include talent, commitment, dedication, physical skill, leadership, fan support, personality, community involvement, academic achievements, social skills, and respect of teammates and coaches. “It is with great pride that we select these young women and men who best represent the All-Star cheerleading industry as role models and athletes, and emphasize the meaning of ‘spirit’ in our industry,” said Cindy Villarreal, Cheer Channel CEO. Temples is a flyer for the Stingray All Stars Steel Team Senior Large Coed Level 5. Previously, she was a flyer for the A-Towne Allstars for the past two years. She started cheering when she was four years old on a minis team. Most of her cheer career has been with the Atlanta Jayhawks and ATA. Temples attended Worlds in 2012 and 2013. Currently, she is the spokesperson for Cheer Channel Inc.’s Anti-Bullying Campaign, represents Stunt Stand, and will be a VIP at Woodward Camp this summer. She is also actively involved in her community, hosting charity events, and is a member of numerous academic honors and clubs including Dean’s List, the math honors club Mu Alpha Theta, and the Spanish Honor Society. She was previously the Student Council President and Treasurer. “Dee is exciting to watch and having her participate in the Superstars of the All-Stars program is a great opportunity to exemplify the hard work that it takes to be an All-Star,” said Brita Bolane, Director of Brand Development for Chasse. “We’re proud to support her future, and to partner with Cheer Channel to spread the word about Chasse to current and aspiring cheerleaders,” added Bolane. ABOUT CHASSE: Chasse is a leader and innovator in the world of cheerleading apparel and accessories, providing affordable and high-performance in-stock cheerleading apparel to cheerleaders of all ages. ABOUT CHEER CHANNEL: Cheer Channel, Inc. is a 24-hour online television network dedicated to the athletes and fans of the spirit industry. A premier destination for live and taped videos on industry news, competitions, events, and more, Cheer Channel also produces original scripted and unscripted web series.