Spirit Wear for Today's Athletes

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How It All Began

The Ohio School of Cheerleading (OSC) was founded in 1983 by former Ohio State cheerleader Elizabeth "Liz" Rossetti as a one-person instructional cheerleading clinic. Rossetti’s mission was to educate, inspire, and lead the future in cheerleading and dance. Four years later, AmeriCheer, Inc. was born and not long after, came Victory Wear.

Since 1989, Victory Wear has given cheerleaders and dancers a fun and unique way to express their school spirit through custom-embellished practice apparel, warm-ups, and game-day gear for college, school, all-star, and youth/recreational teams.  Victory Wear is located at the AmeriCheer headquarters in Westerville, Ohio and can be seen at every AmeriCheer, AmeriDance, and Eastern Cheer & Dance event and camp.

Victory Wear is the official apparel provide for the AmeriCheer Family of Brands.

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