New content is being added to this day, and will continue to be added for months, if not years, to come
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 18, 2006
Initially announced several months ago, SalsaBootCamp is now ready to dance its way onto the web, after a very successful pre-launch period, where thousands of people tried out the new service, the launch date was set for, Monday, October 23rd, 2006.
"We found out its going to be a wild ride, and we needed to prepare for the online video onslaught which is now taking over other parts of the web as well. SalsaBootCamp.com is a big project," says Salsa Crazy president, Evan Margolin. "We've been the leaders in video and DVD sales for quite some time, and we wanted to bring that same care, dedication, and step by step experience to our online dance school. We understand it's a big step to learn any dance, and our goal is to make it a fun process, that people can be successful at."
SalsaBootCamp™ gives you detailed, step by step, dance instruction for absolute beginners, all the way through to advanced levels of social dancing. It’s always fresh, always constant, and always being added to, with content directly from our classes, parties, workshop, and a dazzling array of the finest dance instructors.
"New content is being added to this day, and will continue to be added for months, if not years, to come" Margolin said. "The site will continually be updated with new and fresh dance instruction, for the complete package of latin dances we provide -- you'll always be able to stay on the cutting edge, and you'll always know where you'll be able to find really heartfelt, and easy to follow, dance instruction."
Salsa BootCamp, will be an all encompassing solution for those looking for Latin dance instruction on the web. Beginning with Salsa Dance, at all levels, and every style, the site also has complete instruction in all the other social club style latin dances, such as cha-cha, bachata, and merengue (and even Tango).
“Our Salsa BootCamp provides a great opportunity for those who want to learn to dance salsa, and aren’t finding quality help,” Margolin said, “but, it’s also an amazing places for people who are already taking classes, or going out dancing – it allows dancers to have an amazing collection of Salsa Dance Instruction, that’s always growing and current, at their fingertips.”
For more information on SalsaBootCamp, visit, SalsaBootCamp.com
SalsaCrazy shares their passion for salsa through numerous ventures, including dance classes, cruises, music and videos, and he teaches the world to dance through his Learn to Salsa DVDs, available at SalsaDanceDVD.com.