All Hands On Deck! NYDP (New York Dance Police) Meet & Greet Saturday, May 3rd!

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Save The Date : NYDP Meet & Greet Scheduled for Saturday, May 3rd 5pm-8pm. Secret Location to be announced soon!

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Commissioner Chauncey will be hosting the first meet and greet of the season.  Come by and meet the rest of the NYDP officers and find out what your assignments will be for the day of the parade!   The Momz in da Hood will be there along with Sarah Hannah and Micah Shepard, two of our NYDP Captains.  There will be drink specials and more available.  Location is secret and will be announced very soon!  To join the NYDP click here

There may also be some choreography to learn so bring your love for dancing and any questions you may have about what your job will be on Saturday, May 17th when The 8th Annual New York City Dance Parade & Festival Takes Over Manhattan!

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Next Dance Parade STREET TEAM Meetup is  Saturday, April 26th 2:00pm at Starbucks in Union Square! #NYDP #streetteam We will be dropping off postcards and putting up posters at establishments along the parade route and adjacent streets. You can also pick up some extra promotional items to take back to your local neighborhood dance studios, community centers and more! In the meantime, feel free to save this flyer and post to your Facebook walls, tweet it, blog it as well as any other social media site you frequent! Please email chauncey@danceparade.org to RSVP so we know how many of you to expect!! Thank you! Commissioner Chauncey


CLICK HERE HERE TO JOIN NYDP!!!
Next Dance Parade STREET TEAM Meetup is Saturday, April 26th 2:00pm at Starbucks in Union Square (17th & Broadway)!
We will be dropping off postcards and putting up posters at establishments along the parade route and adjacent streets. You can also pick up some extra promotional items to take back to your local neighborhood dance studios, community centers and more!
In the meantime, feel free to save this flyer and post to your Facebook walls, tweet it, blog it as well as any other social media site you frequent!
Please email chauncey@danceparade.org to RSVP so we know how many of you to expect!!
Thank you!
Commissioner Chauncey

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DANCE PARADE IS LOOKING FOR A FEW GOOD MEN AND WOMEN TO JOIN THE FORCE…THE NEW YORK DANCE POLICE!

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ALL NYDP OFFICERS WILL BE RECEIVING AN EMAIL WITH THEIR ASSIGNMENTS AND STATIONS FOR THE DAY…KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR IT IN YOUR INBOX!

***PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU’VE REGISTERED AS A VOLUNTEER BEFOREHAND and that you’ve signed the VOLUNTEER AGREEMENT FORM as it’s very important to the organization in making sure we know exactly who will be working with us prior to as well as on the day of the parade.

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CLICK HERE TO REGISTER AS A VOLUNTEER

Members of the NYDP peruse the crowd and issue out summonses to individuals seen standing still, not participating and looking like they’re simply not having a good time! Enforcing positive energy and sheer fun is the mantra of the NYDP. The “ticketed” offenders receive coupons donated by local dance companies and schools for discount passes and FREE CLASSES at their schools, which are good for up to one year. These ‘citations’ also promote our annual parade and festival.

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NYDP HISTORY:

The NYDP appeared in the first Dance Parade down Broadway and Fifth Avenue May 17th 2007. Sergeant Judy Grooves rallied the first squadron of 12 NYDP officers to ticket “bystanders” who were not moving to the groove…either out of rhythm, glum or just plain standing there, were all good reasons to be written up. Judgments against guilty parties have resulted in offenders being sentenced to Dance Halls, studios or nightclubs to practice or learn a style of dance. The Dance Parade Organization currently seeks additional NYDP officers to light up the city, citing “bystanders”, inspiring folks to dance and registering folks for the next dance parade. Prospective Officers apply here and Captain DJ McDonald will get back to you, VOLUNTEER HERE!!!

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Dance Police - writing a ticket

Has your neighborhood, school, local bar, nightclub or dance studio been a moving a little more slowly these days? Print out these tickets and spread the word about Dance Parade 2013:
Dance Parade 2013 Tickets
Note the back of the tickets contain valuable coupons for discounts at dance studios and for the Official Dance Parade After Party at Affaire.

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