The United States Pro/Am Ballroom Dance Championships are a
ballroom series REGISTERED with the United States Government as the
OFFICIAL U.S. Pro/Am Ballroom Dance Championship.  It is a
competition experience highlighting the
STUDENT and Instructor, which
are the back-bone of every ballroom dance event.

Our Mission For Students
The U.S. Pro/Am Ballroom Dance Championships are dedicated to
encourage every dancer, no matter what the age or dance proficiency,
to perform their best and feel good about themselves.  We have a
dance division for every student—not just a handful for the most
accomplished—but categories for dancers of every level.

Since 1973, the Winner’s Circle Promotions have presented in excess of
$10,000,000.00 in cash, scholarships, awards, and prizes to recognize
& assist the development of ballroom dancing.  Whether you are just a
beginner or an advanced dancer, amateur couple or junior dancer, we
have a category & scholarship opportunity for you!
U.S. Pro/Am Ballroom Dance Championships
When Did You and Your Student Make a the
Grand Coronation Walk on the Red Carpet
Under the Spotlight, the Crowd Cheering,
and Congratulating You on Your Success?
Overall 2019 Male Champion Art Walters,
recipient of $1175 in Scholarships & his
Instructor Debbie Sullivan from DanceQuest
Make the Walk!

1. Scholarship lessons must be used for the student’s continuing
dance education in American, International, or Country Western
dance instruction.

2.Scholarship lessons are not transferable to any other person or
organization nor may be given as
a donation or gift to other persons or organizations.

3. Scholarship funds may not be used for items such as competition
trips, costumes, shoes, music, or for anything other than dance
lessons for the student’s continuing dance education.

Scholarships are presented in CASH to the student for the publicity
photo.  Money should then be turned over to the instructor so the
acceptance of money does not designate the student to be a
“professional.”

Student must be present at the time of the award presentation to
receive the cash scholarship.  Scholarships will NOT be mailed or
may not be accepted by another individual.  Non participation in the
award ceremony equals forfeiture of scholarship money.
WE ARE ALWAYS THINKING ABOUT THE STUDENT WITH WAYS TO
MOTIVATE, ENCOURAGE, AND CHALLENGE!  UNIQUE TO THE U.S. PRO/AM
BALLROOM DANCE CHAMPIONSHIPS ARE STUDENT HOMEWORK
ASSIGNMENTS!

Yes, at every competition, students are given a Homework Assignment!  It is
not mandatory the student completes and dances the assignment at the next
U.S. Pro/AM Ballroom Dance Championship they attend.  However, everyone
who DOES complete their homework assignment receives an incentive gift,
and the teacher also receives the incentive gift!  What kind of homework?  A
dance is selected randomly from the entry form which the student did not
enter at the competition to be the homework.  The homework may be to dance
more advanced material in a dance which is already a part of the student's
dance curriculum, styling, etc.  The assignment is made to encourage the
student to step out of their comfort zone, try something new, and be
challenged in their dance goals.  It's fun and well worth the effort!
The Ballroom
Event Where
the STUDENT
is Always
the
PRIORITY!
Receiving $1500 in
Scholarships was
Aneisa Blair, the
2019 All Star
Champion, for the
student dancing the
most entries for the
year.  She is pictured
with her instructor
Andy Blair (they are
not related) from
Blair's Ballroom.  
Aneisa holds the
record for number of
times winning the All
Star Category!
Dance Elite and Club Volpino Studios in Greece with
judges
OVERALL 2019 FEMALE STUDENT
CLAUDE DHARAMRAJ & HER
STANDING ON THE CHAMPIONSHIP
PODIUM