By the end 2014, Amara and Tatianna became the new co-producers of the ABDC. Adding their own mark on the convention, Amara and Tatianna widened its scope. They made sure to include all forms of Middle Eastern dance and dancers of all skill levels. Also, they connected with musicians, costumers, vendors, artists, scholars, educators, photographers and videographers interested in Middle Eastern dance. Amara and Tatianna supported local artists by promoting them in national and international markets. Simultaneously, they raised the ABDC’s visibility. The team worked towards this by advertising in national belly dance magazines, expanding the social media footprint, and redesigning the website and marketing materials. Behind the scenes, they restructured administrative tasks to help create a smooth-running event. One that is fun for participants, staff and volunteers.