Dance Studio Owner

Stagestep provides hurricane relief for dance studios and performing arts centers

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Stagestep, the nation’s premier supplier of dance, fitness and theatrical flooring systems, will assist in restoring dance and theatrical facilities impacted by Hurricanes Fiona, Ian and Nichole.

Moved by the recent hurricanes impacting Puerto Rico, Florida, South and North Carolina, Stagestep, Inc. has announced a rebuilding initiative for dance studios and schools and theatrical centers impacted by these natural disasters.

To assist the rebuilding phase, Stagestep will contribute 50 percent of the material cost of its dance and theatrical floor systems for venues to rebuild. Non-profit and commercial companies, studios and centers are invited to apply for this contribution by December 31, 2022. This offer is valid for qualified existing facilities, excludes new studios, and is valid only for Stagestep products.

Interested applicants may apply here.

Stagestep’s founder Randy Swartz notes, “This offer is open to the entire entertainment community affected by these recent hurricanes. We would like to make it as easy as possible for our community to recover as quickly as possible from these catastrophes.”

Under the direction of Swartz, Stagestep, the oldest theatrical and dance floor company in the USA, has been providing specialty floors to the dance community since 1970.

In August of 2022, Stagestep was acquired by Gerflor, an international manufacturer of special flooring and will continue to service the entertainment community.

To apply for hurricane assistance, click here

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