How To Approach Cheer Gyms, Coaches Etc...

How do you obtain your music for competitions?

  • Online Cheer Music Company

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  • Local Music Producer

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  • Do it myself

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Justin Forella

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Jan 11, 2016
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Hello everyone. I don't know if this is the right thread to post this in but this looked like the best one. I'm a DJ/Music Producer that has dove into the cheer world last year. I started a little late and missed the ball. Most teams had their mixes already. I did manage to snag a few though!

I'm looking to gather some local clients and was wondering if any coaches/ gym owners had any advice on how to approach them. Should I call or just send an email? I don't want to undercut any other music mixers but I have pretty much mastered my music program and can make them fairly quickly which can result in a lower price.

I also put up a poll to see how most teams get their music done.

Any input would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks!
Justin
 

BBinNCsMom

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I would think now would be a good time to at least get your foot in the door. Maybe emailing first with a sample track of your work. If you don't hear back, follow up with a phone call to the owner or business manager a couple of weeks later. It would probably be best to start with smaller gyms and get a clientele base before moving to larger gyms.

Disclaimer: I'm just a cheer parent, but run a small business. This is how I would like the be approached and how I would conduct my business for expansion.

Best of luck to you!!!


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Justin Forella

Original Poster
Jan 11, 2016
16
7
41
Detroit MI
www.icutmusic.com
Role:
Music Mixer
I would think now would be a good time to at least get your foot in the door. Maybe emailing first with a sample track of your work. If you don't hear back, follow up with a phone call to the owner or business manager a couple of weeks later. It would probably be best to start with smaller gyms and get a clientele base before moving to larger gyms.

Disclaimer: I'm just a cheer parent, but run a small business. This is how I would like the be approached and how I would conduct my business for expansion.

Best of luck to you!!!


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Great input! I'm going to run with this advice. Thank you! =)
 
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Here are a few things we would suggest:

1. Compile an email list in mail chimp and send out an email blast regarding your services.

2. Respectfully approach coaches face-to-face.

3. Find and contact coaches and athletic directors through linkedIN

I hope you find these methods helpful.

The CheerTD Family
 
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