Xtreme Dancers gets heroes' welcome in Koronadal City

Xtreme DancersMacz Alminaza and Jay-r Melody were treated to a heroes' welcome in Koronadal City yesterday August 5, 2014 as their friends, family members and supporters gathered at the Green Valley College campus to greet the new world champions in dancing.

The Xtreme Dancers represented the Philippines and bagged the top honors in the 2014 World Championship of Performing Arts (WCOPA), an annual international competition for dancing, singing, acting, modeling, instrumentals, and variety arts held in the entertainment capital of the world, Hollywood in California, USA.
The dou who are both enrolled at Green Valley College was declared as this year's Senior Grand Champion Performers of the World after bagging a total of six gold medals and clinching the Dance Group of the World title.

Green Valley College students line the streets for Xtreme Dancers' homecoming motorcade
Hundreds more awaits outside the GVC campus

Xtreme Dancers with their talent manager Grey Doctolero during the motorcade

Xtreme Dancers being welcomed by student leaders of Green Valley College
Fans and supporters of Xtreme Dancers gathered at Green Valley College to welcome the now
world champions from South Cotabato
Reunited with their friends and supporters after  being away and in the US for almost 3 weeks
for the competition. The boys have also guested on national TV including GMA Network's Walang Tulugan with the Master Showman last Saturday and ABS-CBN's musical variety show ASAP last Sunday.

Also during the heroes' welcome for the two members of Xtreme Dancers, their talent manager Grey Doctolero, revealed future plans and projects for the boys including another international competition on October 2014 in Australia, appearances in Singapore, Japan, and Saudi Arabia, among others.
Also present during the program for the world champions were Koronadal City Mayor Peter B. Miguel who vowed to support not only the Xtreme Dancers with their upcoming competitions but every talented Koronadale├▒os for it will help promote the city, South Cotabato 2nd District Board Member Ellen Grace Subere-Albios representing the provincial government of South Cotabato, and  school officials of Green Valley College headed by their president Dr. Nelson T.Binag
Xtreme Dancers were also given plaque of recognitions from their school.
Their proud parents were also recognized during the program.

The City Government of Koronadal will also recognize the Xtreme Dancers for their achievements next week during the Monday program at the city hall.
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