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Try keeping promises on contacting me. He was to contact me sept 3rd and ive still not heard from him. I consider this rude with no respect for my time. I will not hire someone that treats customers this way. done!Sep 7, 2018VerifiedMillard Collier's reply
When you first contacted me I told you it wasn't a good time for me to talk, so I gave you my contact info to contact me at a later time. You made no further efforts to talk to me. I cannot harass someone who is not even my customer yet. You are perfectly capable of contacting me if you want. I have paying students that I do make extra effort to communicate with, because they are my students with whom I have built a relationship. You are a stranger who made no further attempt to contact me, and now you write a bad review for instruction I never gave you over a perceived slight. If you were really interested, you could have tried contacting me again before deciding to write a bad review for nothing.
Lauren F.Jul 13, 2018Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My rates are based either on standard Dancers Alliance rates or the rates of my fellow dance instructors in Atlanta and what they have personally recommended me to charge. I sometimes give children and young adults a discount, especially if they are local. If I have to travel outside of the metro area, especially out of state, then I charge full price. If air travel is required, then I require a plane ticket and living accommodations as well.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have taken master classes with choreographers such as Sean Bankhead, Galen Hooks, Jeremy and Kenny Strong, Chuck Maldonado, Julius "iGlide" Chisolm, Hollywood, Gordon Neil, and Nikolas Mafabi. I currently train at TADA with Fuquan Furrell and Candace Joyner and and Pasofino Dance Studio with Nikolas Mafabi and Connie Lee doing mambo, bachata, dancehall and Afro-Latin fusion.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I fell in love with dance in college, and then afterwards found out that people actually do it for a living. I began auditioning and performing and after enough people asked if I taught classes, I decided I should give teaching a try.