2011 Footage – Garden Grove Channel 3

KTLA 5 2011 Dance-a-thon Coverage

OC Register 2011 Coverage

2011 Atomic Cherry Bombs Second Performance

2011 Media Coverage

  Check out these great videos and pictures from the 2011 24 Hour Cancer Dance-a-thon Time Warner Cable - Garden Grove TV 3 (This is the best spot ever produced about the Dance-a-thon.  Thank you Gaston Castellanos) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5UhmnPqTNA  KTLA 5 Morning Show http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIxT6iNRJB8 We sent in Organizers Nikki Marvin and James Bianco along with partners Mikey Pedroza and Irina Amzashvili to represent their teams and dance for an hour on set.  Thank you Andrew Jose for compiling the hour together. The OC ...

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2011 Dance-a-thon Recap

The 2011 Dance-a-thon was a smashing success with over 500 dancers in attendance, awesome media coverage, record late night participation, and of course beating our goal and raising over $124,000 for the City of Hope. At the end of the event we revealed that 2012 would be our Million dollar year. It will be our 7th Dance-a-thon and if we raise $260k we will hit a million dollars raised since 2005. We are starting early, flyers are out, many teams are committed to early registration, and our board of directors is committed and fired up to flip the event by the end of ...

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Picture and Video Galleries from 2010 Dance-a-thon (please add yours!)

Many dancers have taken pics and video at the dance-a-thon.  They will be lost in time unless you post them on this page. Just reply and post the link! Here is what I can find so far Pictures Lennox Vu:  http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=169307&id=85895166991&ref=mf By Lauren Reinsel:  http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=160867&id=748838842 Cat Cetrone's: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=2033475&id=1236267091 Teresa Wyman's: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=11582&id=1730919587 Christel Woody's: http://www.faceboo...

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OC Register Article

Thank you Doug Irving for covering our event!  Here is now it starts... IRVINE – Nathan Dias' eyes were tired and his toes were sore, but otherwise he was feeling pretty good Sunday morning. "In the moment," he said. He had been going strong for 24 hours straight – jitterbugging and lindy hopping, spinning, sliding and swaying. He had just raised nearly $7,500 for cancer research by doing what he does best. Swing dancing. READ THE ARTICLE HERE

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