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Career Transition For Dancers Hosts 10th Annual LATIN DANCE PARTY Tonight

Career Transition For Dancers presents the 10th anniversary LATIN DANCE PARTY tonight, March 24th, 2015 at the beautiful Columbus Citizens Foundation, 8 East 69th Street (off Fifth Avenue), New York, New York 10021. Sponsored by Rolex Watch USA, the benefit includes cocktails/open bar & hors d'oeuvres at 7:00 pm, a three-course sit-down dinner at 8:00 pm, and dancing to the sounds of Louis Bauzo & Musicians along with a special performance by Arthur Murray Dance Center, Columbus Circle. There will also be a Latin dance lesson.

Career Transition For Dancers presents this special Benefit Gala to support the multifaceted life span of dancers. Whether performing, creating choreography, starting a business, or leaving the dance world altogether, our goals are to raise funds to ensure positive futures for these talented artists. The dress code is "Whatever Makes You Dance." This fun-filled evening of Latin entertainment will capture the glamour of a sophisticated Manhattan supper club with a beautiful dance floor and food and drink to warm up the March night.

Career Transition For Dancers has worked to enable dancers to define their career possibilities and develop the skills necessary to excel in a variety of disciplines for 30 years. With offices in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and a mobile National Outreach Project, the organization has provided over 62,000 hours of individual and group counseling, with a dollar value of $8 million in educational and entrepreneurial grants. Outside of the organization's 6,400 active dancer-clients, the organization has helped thousands of dancers take their first steps towards discovering rewarding post-performance careers. To learn more about the organization and interact with some of the services it provides online, visit www.careertransition.org.

The Benefit Chairs are Janice Becker, Alexander J. Dubé, Michele Riggi, and Joe Tremaine. Chita Rivera, two-time Tony Award Winner is the Honorary Chair. The Benefit Committee members are American Guild of Musical Artists AFL-CIO, Cynthia G. Fischer, Nancy S. MacMillan, Lan Rice, Gianni Russo, Kelli Shaughnessy, and James Stanton. Wine Generously Provided By: Gianni Russo.

Tickets are $300 for open seating and $500 for Benefactor premier seating. Special Angel premier tables for 12 close to the dance floor are $5,000; Champion preferred seating for 10 is $3,000. For information, call 212 764 0172.

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