One of the most impressive honors was their selection as the first U.S. dance team to perform in the People’s Republic of China. Other highlights include: two Presidential Inaugural Parades, numerous NFL & NBA halftime performances, the nationally televised Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade®, MTV’s Total Request Live, a national television commercial for Coca-Cola, appearances in five movies, and recently, the Texas State Strutters represented Texas State University and the City of San Marcos in the NBC network television program, “America’s Got Talent,” out-performing hundreds of acts to reach the live semifinal round of competition.
Aside from excellence in dance, the organization takes pride in helping young women develop communication skills, character and confidence. While hosting annual camps and competitions, Strutters serve as exemplary role models to thousands of high school dance team members across Texas and in Hawaii.
In 1998 “Strutters Always” became an official Texas State University alumnae chapter. Goals of “Strutters Always” include communicating with alumnae and friends and supporting the Strutters Organization. The Board of Directors assists with alumni reunions and Strutters special events. The official website is www.StruttersAlways.com.
Honor the past. Celebrate the present. Commit to the future.
That's the Strutters Gallery Project Theme
Representing 52 Years of Excellence at Texas State
To honor the Strutters’ accomplishments and dedication to the university, their place in Texas State University’s history will be preserved in the Strutters Gallery – a living museum to be located on the ground level of the north side stadium complex at Bobcat Stadium. This unique showcase will take visitors on a nostalgic journey that will help ensure the Strutters’ well deserved place in the university’s history. Scheduled for completion in 2012, the Gallery will serve to remember the more than 3,000 Strutter alumni and their legendary contributions to the university's pride and traditions.