Sunday, April 6, 2014

Rolling Along

Slowly moving but steady which is just fine for now. Once we can get a social club or a night club with dancing we will be rolling. There seem to be plenty of dancers in the Ewa Beach section. And I know of several ballroom dance clubs that have existed there and fizzled out. I believe the time has come.

"We may start believing that no matter what we have done or not done,
 the best days are still out in front of us."


The beautiful Industrial Park that was to be built in Kapolei. Voted down by
the Present Rail Party. Hundreds of cars missing to, from and in Honolulu,
and  "I coulda been home in 20 minutes." Paradise.

I don't believe they have ever had a line dance club in this part of the West but there are many line dancers that live in Kapolei, Makakilo and Honokai Hale. They just have to become aware and make their own group close by where they live. Then if they get plenty men, it will be solid.

"Somewhere Over The Rainbow" by Bruddah Iz

Meanwhile we have a poster from Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club on their 45th Anniversary Dance at Halemano Plantation in the Central Valley on April 26th.


Pub's Side Note: Three of the most powerful tools for marketing a dance organization's services and products is through their Newsletters, Web and Blog sites. The benefits are many. They keep the organization's name out in front of potential and current members, the media and Ballroom Dance Professionals. It is the least expensive PR you can find.