Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Show off your moves as we attempt for Cebu's Largest Zumba Class

According to Ms. Lucille Latonio of World Vision, "Zumba Instructors Network of Cebu and Rotary Club of Cebu Fuente together with  World  Vision and ICANSERVE Foundation shall make Cebu proud by attempting to break two (2) Guinness World Records:
- "Largest Zumba Class" ever assembled and;
- "Largest Human Pink Ribbon Formation" in celebration for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
This event will happen on October 18, 2014 at the North Parking Area of SM City Cebu.

Imagine 2 world record attempts in 1 day in 1 venue in 1 city? Why not? And yes I'm so excited!!! 
With your help, together we can make this event happen. We are inviting you to come in your favorite pink shirt and join this meaningful event.

There are registration fees but the proceeds of these world record attempts shall go to rebuilding the classrooms of schools in northern Cebu damaged by super typhoon Yolanda and the programs of ICANSERVE Foundation.

Zumba is a dance fitness program with a combinations of hip-hop, samba, salsa and mambo. When the music come together and the beat come to life, who wouldn't want to put on their dancing zumba shoes and groove.

So come on, show that moves! Let's help and have some fun!

Special "Thank You" to Zhean Dei gurl for the invitation :D

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10 comments:

  1. OOOHHH!!! Zumba! I also do zumba at home and when I have the time, after a morning jog near CCP. Good luck with the world record attempts, too bad I'm in manila or I would've joined. :D

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  2. I tried Zumba last year - at first it is not easy to follow but as you move along, you'll enjoy it. Hmm, I will dance zumba again.

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  3. Oh cool! I haven't done Zumba pa, but I imagine it will be so awesome to do it with so many other women!

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  4. I've always been interested in Zumba but I can't find an affordable Zumba class near me. :(

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  5. Oh wow! I'd go there if I was in Cebu! I'm also looking for some good Zumba classes here in Manila! :)

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  6. i have quite a few work colleagues who are into zumba but for some reason, i can't get myself to be interested in it... :P

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  7. My sister tried Zumba and she told me its a worth of try, maybe someday I will try I am so lazy to move kasi :-)

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  8. Keep us posted about the party, would love to see some photos and read about your experience :)

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  9. I love to Zumba! It's both fun and tiring at the same time and I feel like I've really exercised after a session.

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