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Do you have what it takes to be a professional dancer for the Utica Comets? You’re in luck, because the Comets are bringing back the intensity from the first few seasons with the return of the Sitrin Comettes.

 

Based on survey results, an intensive analysis of the Comets game day experience and discussions with Sitrin, the Comets organization believes that bringing back a dance team of a high caliber and energy level will elevate the game day experience for fans throughout the Adirondack Bank Center. The Sitrin Comettes will, once again, perform a number of choreographed routines, in addition to assisting with giveaways, helping fans with any questions they may have, and showing those younger fans what it takes to be a professional dancer and ambassador for a professional hockey organization. They will be coached and led by a professional in the dance industry, who brings a massive amount of knowledge and experience to the organization.

 

Are you interested in being a part of the Sitrin Comettes? The Comets are searching for professional, motivated, and talented individuals throughout the Mohawk Valley who possess the following:

  • Dance or cheer background
  • A high level of energy and confidence
  • Great interpersonal skills and a team player
  • The ability to work all Comets home games, and any potential playoff games
  • Basic knowledge of the sport of hockey and the Utica Comets
  • A yearning to learn and be challenged
  • A desire to be part of the only show in town

 

Some of the perks of being a Sitrin Comette are:

  • You get PAID!
  • The ability to add the Comets organization to your resume and dance repertoire
  • Discounts at the Comets team store, surrounding restaurants, and more
  • Invitations to exclusive Comets and Adirondack Bank Center events
  • Tickets to both Comets and Utica City FC games and matches
  • Gym membership

 

Those interested in applying can do so below. Applications are due by Friday, September 20.

Utica Comettes Application