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Director of PM Power Dancers


After graduating from Allen High School, Amy Jo began her professional career as a dancer by making the 2002-2003 Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. She was invited to be on the prestigious DCC Show Group with whom she performed in the 50th U.S.O. Tour to Korea and Japan, HBO Hard Knocks, Dallas Cowboys Halftime with Leann Rimes, the 2002 Cowboys Training Camp, and for thousands of our U.S Troops at Ft. Hood, Texas. The following year, she made the Dallas Mavericks Dancers, where she was featured in the Mavs Dancers calendar, was the co-choreographer, and was active in all promotional and charity events. She then moved to Los Angeles following her dreams as a performer. She was immediately picked up by the Bloc Agency and began making a name for herself out west. To name a few, Amy Jo was a dancer for Madonna Grimes on FIT T.V., the L.A. Philharmonics at the Hollywood Bowl, a model for Honda’s 2005 F.I.T., and featured in the 2005 November Issue of Rolling Stones with Coffin Case Clothing. She has also performed in the “Shades” Cancer Benefit, “All You Need is Love” Benefit for Families of Spinal Muscular Atrophy, and was a dancer and instructor in “Hip Hop You Don’t Stop” video with Start City Productions & Entertainment. Amy Jo was also a featured dancer in Chris and Candy Productions’ Body Art Ball National Tour, the North American Body Painting Championships’ opening and closing ceremonies in Las Vegas and Dallas, and performed in the world renowned Harley Davidson and Mary Kay annual conventions. With her return to Dallas, she was then chosen to be on the Dallas Cowboys’ Arena team, the Dallas Desperados Dancers, but unfortunately due to a crippling back injury had to leave the team before the season began. With physical therapy, chiropractic care and much determination, Amy Jo made the 2010 Dallas Vigilantes Dancers as dance captain, performing again in the American Airlines Center, and sharing her talents as head instructor and choreographer to the Vigilantes Youth Camps. She has proudly choreographed for many local teams, high school through professional, such as the Curtis Cougar Cheerleaders, the McKinney Marquettes, the Prosper Raiders Cheerleaders, the Dallas Mavericks Dancers, Dallas Desperados Dancers, Dallas Vigilantes Dancers, the Allen American Ice Angels and the Texas Revolution Dancers.

Amy Jo is happily married to her husband Aaron, and is the proud mother of her 4 beautiful children, Brooklynn, Ashlynn, Annslee, and Brady. Brooklynn and Annslee are both talented, growing dancers at Pure Movement.

Amy Jo Kreminski is the only dancer that can say she has been selected as a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader, Dallas Mavericks Dancer, Dallas Desperados Dancers, and Dallas Vigilantes Dancer. Her power through performance has distinguished her as one of the most talented dancers in the Dallas area.She began her dance career at Cindy’s School of Dance right here in Allen where she took classes for 21 years, performed with, and then taught and choreographed for their award winning tap and hip hop competition teams for 10 years. Along with many other awards, she won Top Solo Finalist in the Marching Auxillaries Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader Competition and Top Teen Teacher Award in the Star Systems National Talent Competition.

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