Most Popular Service: Dance lessons, salsa, swing, ballroom
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes
Brands Used: Global Dance Alliance, DVIDA dance syllabus
Pro Tip: Dress comfortably and wear closed-toe-type shoes.
Since launching off from the shores of Fort Myers Beach in 1982, Paradise Parasail’s signature smiley-face parachutes have become an iconic image in the sky, now flying high above the waters of both the Gulf of Mexico and the Lake of the Ozarks. USCG-licensed captains navigate each of the company's boats as riders trail behind at heights of up to 500 feet. With feet flopping in the wind, thrill-seekers are free to wave to their friends, family, and nearby migratory birds. Parasailers can also pose for photos and videos captured by the company's onboard photographers.
In more than 25 years of professional dancing experience, Sergio Moya has learned one thing: dancing is for everyone. With this philosophy, he leads a team of instructors who teach dancers of every stripe the fundamentals with simple, beginner steps or advanced toe-twirling techniques. The staff?s expertise ranges across the full physiokinetic spectrum, guiding dancers through private and social lessons in styles such as ballroom, rumba, foxtrot, waltz, and salsa.
The technicians at Eclipse Tinting painstakingly shape products to individual vehicles with their precision cutting machine. They slice round rolls of Suntek's carbon or high-performance films to match each vehicle’s unique curves and dimensions, and all products carry a lifetime warranty against fading, bubbling, or turning purple. A five-year warranty shields 3M paint protection film, which guards paintjobs against small scratches and stains left by hitchhiking insects.
Techs also dim the harsh glare of the sun in homes and office buildings, installing films that reject up to 79% of solar energy. Residential tinting helps promote temperature stability, lowers cooling costs, and protects artwork and upholstery from fading.