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New Insurance Program for Dance Studios


Scott Danahy Naylon Co., Inc. has a new tailored program for insurance for dance studio owners that includes abuse and molestation. In addition to liability insurance, recitals are covered for no additional charge as well as accident insurance. The premium could be as low as $450. (Terms and conditions may vary by state.)

Visit to find a link to a questionnaire that dance studio owners can fill out to obtain a no-obligation quotation. For more information on the company’s new program or help in completing the online form, call Joanne Klenk at 800.728.6362.


One Response to “New Insurance Program for Dance Studios”

  • I am writing because I am very upset with 2 of my employees. I have been a dance teacher for 42 years and own my own small studio. I have had a teacher working for me part=time for 15 years. She has always been reliable and loyal. 2 years ago she asked if her sister could also teach and I hired her. Last month after recital and with no warning. They sent me a facebook message saying they quit and they were returning the studio keys by mail. They also noted that they had opened a dance school in the same area. They stole my student ledger and phoned or sent letters to all my students. The one that was with me for 15 years is a full time lawyer and would never have given her resignation in this manner or stole the client list from her boss. A lot of people who got these letters thought I was retiring and that they were taking over and opening a new place. I am in an old building and teach in the poor area of my city but I will not compromise
    my ethics or dance training to have a big fancy studio. What can I do or say to let my students know that this was wrong.

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