Dance Camp Partnerships
Join the ADTC Dance Camps Family in 2017!
American Dance Training Camps (ADTC) is the largest and most successful overnight dance camp operator with a 15-year history.
How does this dance camps partnership work?
ADTC will commit substantial resources to the marketing, both regionally and nationally, and management of your camp in the “off season”.
You will be the camp Director, hiring and training your staff and operating a superior Dance Camp each summer that promotes dance technique development, fun and new friends for each camper.
As partners we will share in the camp revenue and have clearly defined responsibilities for camp expenses. You will have responsibility for staff expenses. All other expenses are ours.
Our combined efforts will create a growing and profitable dance camp business that will be a significant and reliable source of personal income for you and add distinction to all your dance studio’s classes and activities.
ADTC has created and sustained some of the most successful dance camps in the U.S., including overnight camps at the Stratton Mountain School in Vermont, Squaw Valley Academy in California, Lake Forest Academy in Illinois, UNC Chapel Hill in North Carolina, Winter Park Resort in Colorado, Oldfields School in Maryland, Lawrenceville School in New Jersey, as well as day camps at schools and studios.
The camps will run at your facility, either college, school or dance studio. You will set the dates, the programs, collaborate with us on prices, help negotiate the facility charges (room, board, dance space for campers and staff), hire and train the staff and direct a superior camp.
We will do all the marketing (including a powerful Web/Search campaign), handle all registrations, provide customer service (866 number) to your parents, produce camp rosters, pay camp bills and produce accurate financial statements for you.
We both have a strong incentive to meet our enrollment goals and grow the camper base over time. Continuity and quality operation are the most compelling factors in the success of any dance camp.
Can we become your partner and start this venture in 2017? If you're interested in partnering with us, please send us an email that includes: your resume, camp experience, and the location (city, state, facility) of your existing camp or where you would like to start one.
We look forward to hearing from you!