Jeannette Jarnes Prepares for ‘Dancing for the Space Coast’ Fundraising Event Set for June 5 in Melbourne

By  //  May 6, 2021

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Dancing for the Space Coast set for Saturday, June 5

ABOVE VIDEO: Business Owner and WBFF fitness model Jeannette Jarnes Prepares for ‘Dancing for the Space Coast’ Fundraising Event Set for June 5 in Melbourne.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA –  In lead up to Brevard County’s biggest charity fundraiser of the year, the 2021 ‘Dancing for the Space Coast’ dancers are practicing their dance routines with only a few weeks to go until the event on Saturday, June 5, at the old Stein Mart in Melbourne.

One of the competitors in this year’s event is business owner and World Beauty Fitness and Fashion model Jeannette Jarnes.

This year’s event will benefit the following local charities Eternal Flame, Family Promise of Brevard, Women’s Center of Brevard, Habitat for Humanity of Brevard and the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Charity.

Business owner and World Beauty Fitness and Fashion model Jeannette Jarnes will compete in the 2021 Dancing for the Space Coast event on June 5. (Image by JW Atherton)

“Please join me for Dancing for the Space Coast and find out what local celebrity has the right moves to rule as Grand Champion of the dance floor,” said Brevard Sheriff Wayne Ivey.

“It’s an amazing evening to share in great food, laughter, friends, and incredible dancing while raising money for deserving Brevard County charitable organizations.

CLICK HERE to donate to Dancing for the Space Coast’s charity in Jeannette’s name.

To sponsor the event and/or attend the event, reserve your table today.

Jeannette’s Instructor: Primo Garcia

Primo began dancing when he was 3-years-old.

At age 10, he was already choreographing his own routines.  Although he was initially fascinated with hip hop, his interest expanded into encompass a wide variety of dances.  He began pursuing interests in Modern, Jazz, and Contemporary dance styles.

By the time he was 24, he began a career in Ballroom dancing.

Primo has worked to master International Standard, International Latin, American Smooth and Rhythm at both social and competition levels of dancing.

Primo returned to Florida after spending a year with the Dance With Me Dance Studio, working with some of the top dancers in the country. During that time, Primo performed on Broadway in Sway and on Good Morning America.

In 2019, over 800 attendees gathered at Florida Tech’s Clemente Center for the fifth annual Dancing for the Space Coast. Over $350,000 was raised for local nonprofit organizations.

The program for this year’s event starts at 6:30 p.m. Social hour begins at 5:30 p.m.

Primo Garcia and Jayashree Kumar won the event in 2019.