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All Eyes on You!

 

For many couples the thought of having a first dance is just another added stress on their wedding day.  For others, they want to use it as an opportunity to show off and make it memorable.  Either way, when all eyes are on you, getting a little help is never a bad idea!  So why not consider some private dancing lessons?

 

Michael Fulford is Co-Director of the University of Georgia Ballroom Performance Group.  A graduate of UGA, Michael was a member of the BPG from 1992 -1997.  Incidentally, he met his wife, and one of the Payne-Corley House Event Specialists Jen Fulford, while they were both dancing in the group in college!

 

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After graduation, Michael became the apprentice instructor for BPG and taught at ballroom studios around Atlanta.  Some of his dance credits include performing at the Cloister with Ballroom Performance Group and being one of the original performers in Ballroom Magic. While a student at UGA, Michael competed in the USABDA Southeastern Ballroom Dance Championships and in the Atlanta Open Ballroom Competition. He placed 1st in many individual dance categories and finished in the Top Ten in the Open American Smooth Division.  

 

As a dance instructor, Michael has taught lessons to dancers of all ages and abilities.  One of his greatest joys has been helping couples prepare for the first dance at their wedding.  He offers everything from basic lessons with the bride and groom and other members of the bridal party to creating fully choreographed dances for the couple, their family members and even a few bridal party “surprises.”  Michael says, “in a few hours we can make your first dance something to remember!”

 

 For more information on private dance lessons feel free to contact Michael at mfulford@ugaalum.uga.edu or 678-200-3866.

 

Mike and Natalie CC

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