Dance schools in Victoria have been closed since March under current Coronavirus restrictions. With a non-existent income for 2020 and forced to think outside the box, Samantha Pulvirenti of Pulsate Dance Force here in Wangaratta came to us for help with a solution to get classes running. With Term 4 looming, Samantha wanted to get some kind of normality back for her students and possibly even a performance at the end of the year.
With a maximum of 10 students allowed to practice in a certain outdoor space, Frasca’s Belting, Steel & Engineering has proudly supplied Pulsate Dance Force with enough rubber to create the base of two new outdoor dance floors to help get
the kids going again!
With our rubber belting providing a barrier from the hard ground and shock absorption, covered with lino and protected with portable marquees, Samantha has set up the perfect solution in the studio carpark. Safely enclosed and carefully and
strategically separated, these two dance spaces mean that up to 20 students of all forms of Dance now have somewhere to rehearse.
The team at Frasca’s are extremely happy to have been able to help with this project and wish all dance students a fun and successful term. Well done Samantha for your willingness to get the kids moving again!