This year’s Superama in Las Vegas was one of the best that we’ve ever participated in. The largest Superama ever, Craig Johnston, Fran Duntz, Ann Bockrath, Bob and Diane Johnson, Sarah Hunter, Barbara Haller, Amanda Horn, Steve Rose, Olivia Frederick, Michael LaCaze, and not pictured, Doug Berger, represented Team Dayton.
“We are thrilled with how well our team performed.” said Barbara Haller, co-owner of Arthur Murray Dance Center in Dayton. “Not only did we have a big group of students who participate, but they all walked away winners!”
- Fran danced over 200 entries with her instructor, Craig, all with outstanding marks.
- Ann, competing as a Newcomer with her instructor, Craig, placed 5th out of 40 in the Newcomer All Around.
- Sarah, competing as a Newcomer and as an Associate Bronze (one level higher than her newcomer status) with her instructor, Craig, placed 6th out of over 40 in the Associate Bronze All Around. Congratulations to Michael (and his instructor Olivia) who won Overall Top Newcomer Male Student.
- Steve (with his instructor Amanda) won Overall Top Bronze Male Student.
- Craig was named Top Teacher. What an incredible few days. Be sure to see all of our pictures on arthurmurraydayton.com
Our students and instructors are already planning the next competition, World Dance-O-Rama, March 17 – 22, 2020 in New Orleans.
About Arthur Murray Dance Center Dayton: Dayton’s most exciting ballroom dance experience at the area’s most beautiful dance studio, Arthur Murray’s is the oldest and largest of dance studios, with 280 dance centers world wide. Arthur Murray Dance Center Dayton consistently ranks among the top ten percent of schools worldwide.