Write this down: July 23-24th.
Circle it in magic marker and and put a smiley face next to it
You’re going to Vegas, baby!
Get ready for Pro Action Dance [click for website]. I’m talking Mina and Marina Ortega, John Peters, Shandon Koleberg, Andy Vaca and Tony Gonzales. And that’s just a few of the kick-ass choreographers who will break it down for you that weekend:
This summer we are proud to announce the creation of Pro Action Dance, started to train professional sports dancers at the highest level. Our focus is you and your team — we will guarantee that our choreographers will teach material that will take you right to the sidelines or court. No fluff, no lectures, just routines you and your fans will love.
Our first Pro Action Dance Intensive will be held July 23-24 in Las Vegas, NV. While the location has not yet been finalized, we wanted to get you the date so you can save it on your calendar.
The curriculum will include ready to perform material from all genres: jazz, hip hop, novelty, and prop routines will all be offered. Sideline routines appropriate for any type of music will also be available. Each day will also include warm up and technique class.
Our choreographers will be familiar faces who have created material for pro teams throughout the world including NFL, NBA, NCAA, MLS, CFL, and many other professional organizations. Routines will be taught to be game-ready, including professionally cut music and formation charting. DVDs of the routines will be available on the last day (complimentary with minimum team enrollment).
For enrollment information or questions please contact Pro Action at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to getting your team into the ACTION at Pro Action Dance!
It’s a weekend in Lost Wages. Bring your teammates, bring your girlfriends, or heck, come by yourself and make friends when you get there. You’ll dance all day Friday and all day Saturday. How you spend the rest of the weekend is up to you. Get a massage, try your hand with Lady Luck, or take in a show. (I do not recommend the Celine Dion/Cirque du Soleil thing, however. Kathy Griffin says that show makes no sense and I believe her.)