Columbus, Ohio Release: June 11, 2021.
For Immediate Release
On June 22, 2021, at 6:45 pm, Polaris Fashion Place and M. Nicholson Hip Hop Fitness partner up for their Summer Sweat Series to put on the most prominent outdoor dance fitness event in Central Ohio. The location for the event will be 1500 Polaris Parkway, Columbus, Ohio 43240, at the Polaris Fashion Place mall parking lot in front of the main entrance.
What makes this Dance Fitness experience different is that we are incorporating a block party feel. We have a 5 Person LIVE BAND with world-renown musicians, Food Trucks/Vendors, and the venue of one of Ohio’s largest malls, two front parking lots that are capable of accommodating 1000+ individuals. The event is FREE to the public; however, we accept donations to keep this going into the Fall months.
List of Food Trucks/Vendors
Last year was life-changing for everyone around the world on so many levels. I don’t think anyone could have ever imagined the whole country going into quarantine for almost a year, but it happened. People lost jobs, businesses, and time with their loved ones. All the things we typically take for granted because they usually are just there for us were all of sudden out of reach. Aside from losing our connection with the outside world, many of us suffered mental and physical setbacks; this is where our partnership with Polaris Fashion Place and LifeLine of Ohio last year became impactful for the community.
Together LifeLine of Ohio, Polaris Fashion Place, and M. Nicholson Hip Hop Fitness brought the community out safely and beneficially; we started a fitness event at Polaris Fashion Place entitled “The Movement,” in which we had 500+ in attendance. This event allowed people to get out for an hour and connect with the outside world working out. It also allowed for LifeLine of Ohio, another outlet for organ donor awareness and community involvement. Us doing these things allowed for people to get better physically and mentally. We’ve had an overwhelming amount of people tell us how doing these series of classes helped them out with their depression and get into shape. “The Movement” also enabled the various food trucks/vendors that we had out to benefit financially. We are looking forward to doing this again but even bigger this time around.