On Monday, November 24, all 33 members of the Friendswood High School Wranglerettes will make their national debut on the Today Show. Later in the week, the team will make their second national appearance in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The tv show has just been added to their schedule.
Sara Flores, the Creative Production Manager at Macy’s Parade & Entertainment Group contacted them with the news. “
“We pitched the Wranglerettes to the Today Show and they loved it!” Flores said.
On Thursday, during the parade, The Wranglerettes will high kick, in unison, to God Blessed Texas in Herald Square in front of an estimated live audience of 3.5 million people and 50 million television viewers. Following this, they will continue to march in the Thanksgiving parade.
While in New York, the Wranglerettes will continue their training with a Broadway dance workshop, see a Rockettes show and a Broadway show and visit the 9/11 Memorial. The team would like to thank their Corporate Sponsors Bay Area Regional Medical Center and the Starsteppers Dance Studio and everyone who donated to make this once-in-a-lifetime trip possible.
Ashley Marmaro, the Wranglerette’s director, told the girls “I have no doubt that this will be a fantastic trip for all of us. You are all ambassadors – from our school, our local community, and our state. The expectation for your performance and character is very, very high.”