Jan 26, 2014 · 5:00 PM
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Dear friends, you're invited to another Salsa Class for Beginners in New York.
We are looking for a Salsa-dance-teacher who is interested in co-hosting this beginners dance class with us.
THIS EVENT IS ON FOR SURE, EVEN IF IT RAINS OR SNOWS.
Please join us for another fun Salsa dance class for beginners. 40 people have signed up to attend so far. This is a fun networking dinner event.
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DIRECTIONS: You could meet us at the restaurant, or meet us on main street Flushing and we will pick you up to drive everyone to the restaurant. Please email James.* Take the "M or R" Train: Pass Woodhaven Blvd - Queens Mall, then get off at 63 Drive * Take the "1,2,3,9,7,N,R,Q,E,F" Trains: then transfer to the "M or R" train.
This is a quality salsa lesson for beginner, we have taught this class many times over the last 3 years.
Dancing for more than one hour non-stop is a really fun way to workout and meet many new friends. We will first eat dinner together family-style and share many delicious Asian Fusion dishes. Each person will receive a name-tag and we will take turns to introduce ourselves.
After the delicious sushi dinner, we will enjoy dancing salsa together for more than one hour. Really nice Salsa music will be playing on the quality BOSE sound system, over the last 5 years we have created a collection of 1000 Salsa songs. Salsa dancing is a fun way to exercise and burn off all the calories. We will rotate dance partners every five minutes, so that each person will make many new friends during this fun networking event.
Cost per person for the dinner and Salsa class is $30, this includes: Sushi, Asian Fusion dinner, tea, soda, tax, tips and the Salsa class.
Friends from 12 networking groups will be attending this event.
Thanks for your support. We hope to see you soon.
Other Upcoming Events:
* Speed Business Networking & Strategies for Entreprenuers
Organizer: Asian Business Network
Co-host: Manhattan Chamber of Commerce