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Brandon Whyte opened up Dream Dance studio in Elmsford during the pandemic. On Juneteenth let's celebrate a young African American business that is destined for success
On Juneteenth we should also celebrate African American owned businesses and success stories. One young businessman who is destined for success is Brandon Whyte, a young African American man who recently opened up the Dream Dance Studio in Elmsford. It's difficult to open up a new business during a pandemic but Brandon didn't get discouraged. And, he's becoming one of our business success stories.
Brandon started his business when he was only 24 years old. He's passionate about dance. And has great business skills. He wants his students to enjoy dance, to be creative. He has taught dance in parks, gives classes in hip hop, Zumba, ballet and ballroom to those of any age. His studio is great for birthday parties, studio rentals. Office located at 321 East Main Street, Elmsford. I recently interviewed Brandon on my WVOX radio show. He's very impressive. I predict that he will be hearing much more about him in the coming years and also predict that he will one day be one of the role models and leaders in our Westchester business community.
Contact info; 914 785 8585 or Info@mydancedream.com
Here is the YouTube link! https://youtu.be/vAhZrP0lTPg