For Immediate Release
September 1, 2017
Stagestep, the nation’s premier supplier of dance flooring systems,
contributes to dance centers impacted by Hurricane Harvey
(Philadelphia, PA) Moved by the recent tragedy in Texas and Louisiana, Stagestep, Inc. announces a rebuilding initiative for dance studios, dance schools and dance centers impacted by Hurricane Harvey. In an effort to assist in the rebuilding phase, Stagestep will contribute 50% of the cost of its dance floor systems for venues to rebuild and get back in business. Non-profit and commercial dance companies, studios, centers and businesses are invited to apply for this contribution by May 1, 2018. This offer is valid for qualified existing dance businesses, excludes new studios and is valid on Stagestep’s dance flooring systems only.
Interested applicants may apply at stagestep.com.
Randy Swartz, Founder and President of STAGESTEP notes, “We would like to make it as easy as possible for dance centers to get back up and dancing. This offer is for the entire dance community effected by the hurricane. Flooring and floor care can be both a financial challenge and time consuming, especially during this rebuilding time.”
For 45 years, under the direction of Mr. Swartz, Stagestep is the oldest and largest dance floor provider in the USA, servicing the dance community since 1970.
Anne-Marie Mulgrew Project/Ed Director NextMove Dance
215-636-9000 ext. 110 firstname.lastname@example.org
For more Information: Visit: stagestep.com