Sure, it just finished, but there will be another one sooner than you realize.
The Arthur Murray Hularama takes place every two years on a different Hawaiian Island. It brings together ballroom dancers from a variety of countries, and climates, from around the globe. The video below was made to promote the Dance-O-Rama® in Kauai 2016, but can still serve as a resource for anyone making plans for the next Hularama. The purpose for attending can vary from dancer to dancer, but we put together this video to lay out our top five reasons.
5 Reasons To Attend the Next Arthur Murray Hularama
Think of the last vacation you went on. There was probably a hotel, a pool, an airplane, car, or taxi, but what made it special? The cynic would say, "You could have done all of those things in your home town at a local hotel, saved money, and had no jet lag." The fact is, a vacation has deeper significance than just the venue.
A Dance-O-Rama® is a vacation with a hotel, airplane, and the like. It's the people that make the trip significant. By completing a mission - a pressure testing, nerve-rattling journey - with a team from your school, you forge stronger bonds, take more pictures together, and add more depth to the journey that no local hotel, taxi, or knock off imitation could recreate. The venue just serves as the catalyst, but it's the milestones achieved, and connections created, that make it so worthwhile.
Oh yeah, and your dancing improves too.
Mark your calendars! Coming in January 2018 - the Hularama returns to Kona, Hawaii