The Ailey Extension Announces Special Offers during National Dance Week-NYC 6/5-14
The Ailey Extension - the hottest dance classes in New York City located at the nation's largest building dedicated to dance - is proud to announce its participation in National Dance Week-NYC 2010 by offering 2 FREE classes and additional discounts during this festival of dance June 5-14. Students who purchase a 5-class card during National Dance Week-NYC (NDW-NYC) can receive an exclusive discount on tickets to Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater performances at BAM June 10-20, making NDW-NYC the time to experience Ailey - in the studio and on the stage! See below for full details on offer.*
The Ailey Extension recently celebrated its 5th birthday with a dance party hosted by NDW-NYC, highlighting its mission to get people moving all across New York City, and NDW as the perfect opportunity to try one of the 80 classes in 25 different techniques at The Ailey Extension.Since its inception in 2005, The Ailey Extension has been fulfilling Alvin Ailey's mission to bring dance to the people, and over 35,000 people have taken classes. Open daily, the program offers dance and fitness techniques for all levels. From Horton to Hip Hop and Yoga to Zumba, anyone can dance at Ailey. *The Ailey Extension's NDW-NYC Offers include:
· 2 free classes during National Dance Week June 5-14, 2010 for all NDW participants when they present a special coupon (Offer expires June 14, 2010. Limit 1 per person)
· $5 off a 5-class card at the Ailey Extension when NDW participants purchase during NDW (offer expires June 14, 2010)
· NDW participants who purchase a 5-class card at the Ailey Extension during NDW receive an exclusive discount of 10% off tickets to Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater performances during their BAM season June 10 - 20, 2010 (restrictions apply)
You must print the offer at www.ndw-nyc.org to redeem.For class schedules and video clips of The Ailey Extension, visit www.aileyextension.com. About National Dance Week, NYC
Dance and fitness contributes to the well-being of both the individuals who watch and perform it, as well as to the community at-large. By offering FREE and DISCOUNTED events to the public in different formats and dance styles, the 2010 festival, held June 5-14, will bring immense value to the people of New York by encouraging them to be active, healthy and to celebrate life through dance. Visit www.ndw-nyc.org.