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Dance Swag for Sale – Dallas Dance Festival Leather Garment Bag


Dallas Dance Festival Leather Garment Bag

I’m De-cluttering my life.

And I’m getting rid of all the “Dance Swag” from the events I’ve attended which have been sitting in my closet collecting dust… …asking $35

WILLING TO NEGOTIATE ON PRICE – MAKE ME AN OFFER!!!

This is one in an ongoing series of posts over the next couple weeks; all this things are “prizes” or “souvenirs” or “participant gifts” given to the competitors at various dance events.

Leather Garment BagDallas Dance Festival is the largest UCWDC event outside of Worlds.  It is often referred to as the “Dress Rehearsal for Worlds”

Collectible Souvenir Garment Bag
Dallas Dance Festival (Dallas, Texas)
an UCWDC event — (United Country Western Dance Council)

  • Exterior shell is 100% leather
  • Patchwork of various leather pieces of different grains and textures
  • Lining is smooth nylon
  • Zipper pulls are stainless steel with a satin finish
  • 23″ wide at the widest point
  • 23″ long when folded
  • 46″ long when opened
  • 4″ deep when folded
  • 2″ deep when opened
  • Handles are smooth vinyl on the outside
  • Handles are textured rubber on the inside for a secure grip
  • The zippers are very good quality – open and close smoothly
  • Metal hook inside of bag allowing hanging up inside of the hotel room

Never used – in pristine condition

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Dance Swag for Sale – Christmas in Dixie Garment Bag / Costume Bag


Christmas in Dixie Garment Bag / Costume Bag

I’m De-cluttering my life.

And I’m getting rid of all the “Dance Swag” from the events I’ve attended which have been sitting in my closet collecting dust… …asking $20

WILLING TO NEGOTIATE ON PRICE – MAKE ME AN OFFER!!!

This is one in an ongoing series of posts over the next couple weeks; all this things are “prizes” or “souvenirs” or “participant gifts” given to the competitors at various dance events.

Christmas in Dixie Garment BagCollectible Souvenir Garment Bag
Christmas in Dixie
an UCWDC event: United Country Western Dance Council

  • Black Nylon
  • Exterior has the touch and feel of canvas
  • Interior lining is smooth and silky
  • Five zippered pockets
  • 1 large zippered pocket on the outside
  • 4 medium sized zippered pockets on the inside
  • Zippers work smoothly.
  • Two sturdy handles
  • Large hook with chain to allow the bag to be hung on a door or in a hotel closet
  • 3″ deep when closed
  • 23″ wide
  • 20″ long when closed
  • 40″ long when opened
  • Reinforced edges

Never used – in pristine condition

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Dance Swag for Sale – Line Dance Tote Bag


Line Dance Tote Bag

“Line Dancer’s Mantra 5, 6, 7, 8”

I’m De-cluttering my life…

…and I’m getting rid of all the “Dance Swag” from the events I’ve attended which have been sitting in my closet collecting dust… …asking $20

WILLING TO NEGOTIATE ON PRICE – MAKE ME AN OFFER!!!

Front

Front

This is one in a continuing series of posts over the next few weeks; all the things I’m selling are “prizes” or “souvenirs” or “participant” gifts given to the competitors at various dance events which I’ve attended.

I am willing to negotiate; make me a serious offer.

  • Embroidered on the front in colorful script with the phrase “Line Dancer’s Mantra 5, 6, 7, 8”
  • Brilliant Blue
  • Two sturdy woven strap handles long enough that you can put them over one shoulder.
  • Straps are 12.5″ long
  • Zippered closure at the top
  • Bag is 17.5″ wide
  • 4.75″ gusset at the bottom
  • When zipped the bag tapers to the width of the zipper at the top.
  • When unzipped the bag is very flexible and can accommodate a lot of “dance gear” that you need when you go to comps or dance workshops.
  • Sturdy vinyl – smooth on the inside, feels like canvas on the outside.
  • Bag weighs 8 oz when empty

Never used – New condition.

I like the bag, but I have sooooooo many bags, I never got around to using this one.

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Dance Swag for Sale – Dallas Dance Festival Clock


Dallas Dance Festival Clock

I’m De-cluttering my life.

And I’m getting rid of all the “Dance Swag” from the events I’ve attended which have been sitting in my closet collecting dust… …asking $5

Close up of the Logo and Event Name

Close up of the Logo and Event Name

WILLING TO NEGOTIATE ON PRICE – MAKE ME AN OFFER!!!

This is one in an ongoing series of posts over the next couple weeks; all this things are “prizes” or

“souvenirs” or “participant” gifts given to the competitors at various dance events.

Dallas Dance Festival is the largest UCWDC event outside of Worlds.  It is often referred to as the “Dress Rehearsal for Worlds”

Collectible Souvenir Analog Clock
Dallas Dance Festival (Dallas, Texas)
An UCWDC Event — United Country Western Dance Council

  • Silver finish
  • Modern clock face design
  • Clock has a “Second” hand
  • Runs on one AA Battery (not included)
  • Quartz Analog
  • Embossed with the logo and name of the Dallas Dance Festival
  • 5″ wide
  • 4.75″ tall
  • 1.5″ deep
  • The circular clock face sits on two pins which allow it to be adjusted to any angle 360 degree rotation.
  • Clock weighs 8 oz

Never used – in pristine condition

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TxCowboyDancer’s Weekly Line Dance Review posted for this week.


There Are a Lot of Line Dance Lists!

Image used with permission of the copyright holderThere are lots of places on the Web that track the “Top Ten” line dances on a weekly or monthly basis.

And every single one of the darn tootin’ thangs seem to have a different way of calculating just which dances are the top ten.

sigh

It’s enough to make one’s inner domestic diva want to take off her tiara and eat bon bons!

Never fear, dearest readers, all twelve of you who actually read this blog…  I, the awesome, the fantastic, the studly, being the kind, generous, friendly, charming person that I am have set out to make sense out of that muddle of mish-mashy information and simply for you.  Can I have an amen?!

Ok, so, what I’ve done, is create two articles on Squidoo:

TxCowboyDancer’s Weekly Summary of Top Ten Line Dance Lists

Cowboy Cat in full cowboy gear standing behind fence-SQUARE WITH BORDER (CC)What you’ll find on this page is a summary of all the Top Ten Lists that of which I keep track.  You’ll find a simple straight forward listing of the “Top Ten” dances from each list along with a link to the full list for that website.  Here is the blurb from the beginning of the the Review:

Welcome to TxCowboyDancer’s Weekly Report of the Top Line Dances from ranking sites around the world.

Keeping track of all those line dances is a lot like Herding Cats which is why I created this summary page to make life a bit easier! (And why there is a photo of a cute Cowboy KItty. 🙂

Those wanting more information can follow the links to visit a “Detailed Report” for each site containing the “Top Ten” dances, links to the stepsheets, demo & walk-through videos, and the music for each dance.

[read the full review…]

TxCowboyDancer’s Best of the Best: The Hottest Line Dances in the World

TxCowboyDancer's Review of the World's Hottest Line DancesFor those folks who don’t even want to deal with the summary page in the List Review,  I’ve created a page where I only list those dances appearing on multiple websites.  Here is the blurb from the beginning of the artilce.

I monitor several line dance survey lists from different websites:

1. World Line Dance Newsletter
2. LineDancer Magazine
3. CopperKnob Line Dance Archive
4. Kickit Line Dance Archive

The following dances are ones which appear in the “Top Ten” lists on at least two of the four websites listed above, making them the most popular line dances on the planet!

HOTTEST — On all Four List
HOTTER — On Three of the Four Lists
HOT — On Two of the Four Lists
[Check out the dances listed in the article...]

So, there you have it,  I hope you enjoy my two summary lists.

If you want to see ALL of the articles I have over at Squidoo, you can check out my Profile Page where there is a directory of all 54 articles I’ve written so far.

See ya on the Dance Floor!

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