Dance teachers experience some of the most memorable things during dance class. We want them to capture and share these #DanceTwinkles in our Photo Contest.
Livermore, CA (PRWEB) May 05, 2014
Twinkle Star Dance recently launched its new #DanceTwinkles Photo Contest. Participants can submit their #DanceTwinkles through May 6 and the contest runs through May 14, with a winner announced on May 20. Participants are eligible to win thousands of dollars worth of great prizes, including free subscriptions for Twinkle Star Dance curriculum and fee waivers for the Twinkle Star Dance User Conference held August 8 through August 10 in Philadelphia, PA at the Sheraton Society Hill Hotel.
Phase one of the contest is the submissions phase. To enter, simply select one photo of your cutest in-class moments and submit it to amanda(at)twinklestardance(dot)com by the submissions deadline of Tuesday, May 6th. The subject of the photo is entirely up to you - whether its of your favorite little dancer in costume, in class, or any other moment with your little dancers. Submissions must come from dance studio owners and dance instructors.
On Wednesday, May 7th, the voting phase of the contest begins, at which time, Twinkle Star Dance will be asking the public to vote for their favorite #DanceTwinkles. The winners will be announced on May 20, 2014.
Twinkle Star Dance founder and president, Tiffany Henderson, said “Dance teachers experience some of the most memorable things during dance class. We want them to capture and share these #DanceTwinkles in our Photo Contest. We have received some amazing #DanceTwinkles from dance instructors from all over the country and very soon, the dance community will get a chance to vote for their favorites. Instructors still interested in submitting their own #DanceTwinkles have to hurry, because the submission deadline is May 6th.”
The top prize includes a free 1 Year Subscription ($1,899 value) to the Twinkle Stars Curriculum (ages 2-6), Recital Choreography ($1,899 value), and a fee Waiver to the Twinkle Star Dance User Conference held August 8 through August 10 in Philadelphia, PA at the Sheraton Society Hill Hotel.
Tiffany Henderson was born in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1973 and has had a rich and exciting career as a professional Jazz Dancer. In 1992 she was awarded a one-year scholarship to the renowned Tremaine Dance Center in Hollywood. At the completion of her scholarship she performed as the Tremaine Scholarship Show Featured Dancer. She continued her professional studies at the prestigious School of Dance at the University of Arizona, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.F.A. in Dance in 1997. Tiffany's career highlights include: performances with Quinn/Williams Jazz at the 1995 Jazz Dance World Congress in Nagoya, Japan; the 1996 Jazz World Congress at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC; the opening of the International Theatre School in Amsterdam, Holland in 1997 and at Symphony Hall in Phoenix, Arizona. She was also a member of Zohar Dance Company, has performed in many industrial shows, including the Microsoft Global Summit and American Greeting Cards, and was a soloist with La JAZDANZ of Louisiana, a company she was instrumental in bringing to the Amador Theatre in Pleasanton. Tiffany is now extremely excited to share her Twinkle Star Dance curriculum and choreography with studio owners worldwide.
About the Company: Twinkle Star Dance is comprised of three different modules for training recreational dancers ages 2-11. They are Curriculum, Choreography, and On-going Support/Training. Curriculum videos are streaming videos that show the actual class content; what goes into a 2-3 year old Twinkle Babies class, for example. Choreography videos show recital choreography appropriate for the age group and skill level. With Twinkle Star Dance a dance instructor who has never taught younger dancers will be able to confidently give an exciting and entertaining class that children love. These classes will become the backbone of any studio and ensure that the studio continues to grow their recreational program.