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NEWS RELEASE ISSUED BY THE JOPLIN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

DANCERS ANNOUNCED FOR 2014 ‘DANCING WITH THE JOPLIN STARS’ EVENT

JOPLIN – The dancers have been chosen and are already training for the 2014 Dancing with the Joplin Stars event, to be held at Downstream Casino Resort Saturday, March 29 at 6:30 p.m.

The dancers are:

  • Brian Atnip, Keller Williams Realty, with professional partner Heather Lemon;
  • Alicia Edens, Great Southern Bank, with professional partner Michael Bowen;
  • Stephanie Norwood, Realty Executives, with professional partner Ben Whaley;
  • Mike Olmstead, FOX-14, and professional partner Kaye Lewis;
  • Travis Renfro, Walk Talk Nutrition, and professional partner Grace Love;
  • Jessica Schaer, KSN-TV, and professional partner Dale Clark.

The event is a fundraiser for the Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce Cultural Affairs Committee “Art in Public Places” project. Tickets are $50 per person and includes a plated dinner. Tickets and People’s Choice voting are available online at joplincc.com/dancing.html.

The competition will be judged by a panel of professional and celebrity judges. Couples will receive a technical score from the judges and a first-place trophy will be awarded to the couple with the highest technical score. The People’s Choice Award will be given to the couple with the most votes from the public and the audience. Votes are $2 each and may be purchased online or at the event.

Dancing with the Joplin Stars is presented by Downstream Casino Resort.

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