VIDEO: Carol Ann Stumpf Set To Strut Her Stuff At Dancing For the Space Coast June 4
By Space Coast Daily // June 3, 2016
ABOVE VIDEO: Among those participating this year is Carol Ann Stumpf, whose passion for dance came to fruition in the 1980s dancing in a Samba School in Rio de Janeiro’s Carnival.
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The second annual Dancing For the Space Coast, a unique competition and fundraising event that benefits three worthy organizations on the Space Coast, will be held at Florida Tech’s Clemente Center on Saturday, June 4.
This year, Dancing For the Space Coast will benefit the Brevard Public Safety Charity, who has earmarked the proceeds to be distributed to the Foosner Art Museum, Sally’s House and AMI Kids.
Among those participating this year is Carol Ann Stumpf, whose passion for dance came to fruition in the 1980s dancing in a Samba School in Rio de Janeiro’s Carnival.
In 2011, she participated in Dancing with Our Stars in Rancho Mirage, California for a charity event and won third prize, along with the “Sauciest” Samba award.
Professionally, Stumpf put her experience and love of travel to work, while living here for 20+ years, as the owner of a travel agency. She is presently employed as a travel consultant with Beyond and Back Travel in Melbourne Beach.
Stumpf’s pastime is participating in any dance venue and enjoying all that the Space Coast and its beautiful beaches has to offer.
As the mother of a son and daughter, along with having two almost teenage grandchildren, she sees the need to be active in her community and make a difference by caring about women and their children. She has chosen Sally’s House – Circles of Care as her choice to support in this wonderful charitable event.
The 2016 Dancing For the Space Coast will also feature Space Coast community and business leaders Kent Smith, President and COO of Revolution Technologies; Christina Rose of Bansbach EasyLift; Courtney Chavert; Eric Austin, Cocoa police officer and AMI Kids board member; Brenda Sheets, president of the Harris Foundation and Director of Corporate Relations at Harris Corporation; John Lau, Titusville Police Chief; Lori Scott, Brevard County Supervisor of Elections; Jim Frazier,President of the Grimaldi Candy Company; Dr. Desmond Blackburn, Brevard County Schools superintendent; Michelle Pearse; Dr. Kantilal Bhalani of the Doctors’ Goodwill Foundation, and Bino Campanini of the Florida Institute of Technology.
Several sponsorship levels are available, including: Grease Sponsor for $25,000, the Flashdance Sponsor for $15,000, the Footloose Sponsor for $10,000 and the Saturday Night Fever Sponsor for $5,000.
Tables are available at the following levels: Front Row VIP Dinner Table, $5,000; Second Row VIP Dinner Table, $2,500; Third Row Dinner Table, $1,750; and Fourth Row Dinner Table, $1,250. Individual seats can be purchased for $150 per person.
Dancing For the Space Coast is presented by the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office and sponsored by Harris Corporation, Revolution Technologies, Florida Institute of Technology and Space Coast Daily.
For more information, or to make a donation in the name of your favorite dance pair, log on to DancingFortheSpaceCoast.com