Middle Georgia Cheer Extreme Opening 2nd Location

Middle Georgia Cheer Extreme is excited to announce they are opening their 2nd location! Harllee Swanson and Jimmy Redus have partnered up to bring the same positive message that has been a staple in the Middle Georgia Area for 17 years to the Leesburg/Albany area. Middle Georgia Cheer Extreme operates with a mission statement of developing the whole cheerleader, by teaching kids life’s core values such as HONESTY, DISCIPLINE, DEDICATION, TEAMWORK, all while instilling a positive self image, in a family fun atmosphere. Middle Georgia Cheer Extreme has used the art of cheerleading to help kids realize their true potential. Jimmy Redus says “When kids learn what they are truly capable of, they gain more confidence and start applying the values of dedication, determination, team work, in their everyday lives. I am excited to partner with Harllee Swanson to spread this positive message to the youth of Leesburg/Albany area.”

Middle Georgia Cheer Extreme will be housed out of No Limitz Gymnastics located at 201 Cedric St, Leesburg, GA 31763. Middle Georgia Cheer Extreme will operate separately from No Limitz Gymnastics and will be officering, cheerleading and tumbling classes, as well as competitive cheerleading to kid of all ages. We are expecting to start our cheerleading and tumbling class in August and will be having an informational meeting on May 18th regarding our competition team, the Middle Georgia All-Stars

All-Star Cheerleading Informational Meeting

Middle Georgia Cheer Extreme has competed under the name of the Middle Georgia All-Stars for the last 17 years and is proud to be the only program in Middle Georgia to be invited to compete at the USASF World Cheerleading Championships in Orlando Florida. Along with competing at the USASF World Championships, MGA’s alumni have gone on to cheer for some of the top college programs in the southeast. With alumni cheering or have cheered for colleges such as, UGA, FSU, Clemson, Georgia Tech, Georgia College, Valdosta State, Columbus State, Kennesaw University, Georgia Southern, West Georgia, and Georgia State, we are sure that our alumni are using the lessons they have learned to help them accomplish their goals of cheering at the collegiate level. There will be an informational meeting held May 18th, 2014 at 2:00 pm for anyone interested in learning more about how competitive cheerleading can help build their child’s self esteem, while teaching them life’s core values such as DEDICATION, DETERMINATION, GOAL SETTING, in a family fun atmosphere.

For more information Contact

For more information please contact Jimmy Redus or Harllee Swanson at the information below.

Jimmy Redus


Harllee Swanson