Boycott WORLD OF DANCE

Boycott WORLD OF DANCE

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Sarah Herrera (altoschoolofdance) started this petition to World of Dance and

It has come to my attention that the popular TV series World of Dance will be franchising dance studios, and putting local business at risk. The beauty of America is that anyone can choose to start and succeed in business - however the consumer also has the choice to support or not support them. I and other local small business dance studios are asking you to withdraw your support from the World Of Dance brand, either in TV, merchandise, classes, events, etc. World of Dance has claimed that the industry has been on hold and that our students are waiting for a leader - During this global pandemic I have seen studio owners rise up from the very bottom of hardship. Start classes online, outside in parking lots, one-on-one, in the street. You name it, we have done it. We have done everything in our power to go above and beyond for our students. To learn their names, likes and dislikes, details about family, and how to show up for them when everything else has been halted during this global health crisis. We have seen small businesses close shop forever, while the big chain stores have gotten even wealthier than they already are. If getting snail mail from your dance teacher, a cupcake for your birthday, a can of soup when you’re sick, are all things that are important to you and your dancer, please continue to support small business dance studios. World of Dance is trying to create a - large supermarket chain that shall remain nameless - version of dance studios. Over saturating the market and taking away the most important aspect of a studio - FAMILY - and replacing it with corporate cookie cutter dance studio locations. Join me and the millions of dance studios around the world in withdrawing your support of the World of Dance brand to let our voices be heard. 

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