I'm a little concerned about an organization that has attended US Finals the past few years in the rec division. They are very talented and have been very successful in years past. However it has been brought to my attention that some of the teams are coached by people getting paid. They do not get paid by the organization itself but one of the coaches uses an unlicensed facility to give tumbling instruction to most of the kids on the team. All transactions are done by cash. They have the option of having "private lessons" or attend one of the classes the coach teaches. I have been out of rec cheerleading for several years and I am very proud of the instruction my daughter received while she was part of this program. The team that is doing this has never once lost. It disappoints me because I feel this is not the way to teach these children. In order to be humble and want to work harder a child or team should know that you can't win all the time. The children believe no one will ever beat them. If team was being coached by me, I would bump up to the next age group. Is it allowed for a coach to be paid to tumble the kids? Any advice or information would be greatly appreciated.