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« on: May 13, 2013, 06:29:13 PM »

I ran across this video today -- an instructional DVD for a "stress-free" wedding dance.   I was a little surprised to see the level of the dance pros involved in selling this video.

 http://www.forgetthefeet.com/index.html


This brought to mind this dance-based workout DVD from several years ago.  You may have seen it on TV.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2X06Q4a9Vqk


At first I thought. "Wow.  They'reselling out on the dance community."  then I thought again.  Perhaps coming up with a dance-related product with a broad appeal is a great career/business idea for retired former competitive dancers.  Especially with the popularity of shows like DWTS and SCD, ballroom dance is bigger in the public consciousness than ever, so why not?

What do you think (not about the products themselves,which I'm sure  are high quality products) What do you think about the idea of dance competitors making big business out of their dance experience?
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