Figure Skating Seminar Experts Announce Website, Figure Skating Seminars in 2018

Champion Developmental Seminars, a provider of custom figure skating seminars, today announced it's new website at ChampionDevelopmentalSeminars.com. The purpose of the website is to help skaters and coaches find nearby 2018 skating seminars or create their own custom skating seminar.

Shafer, United States - February 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Champion Developmental Seminars, a provider of premiere figure skating seminars, today announced it’s new website at http://www.ChampionDevelopmentalSeminars.com. The website contains a wide range of information about the company’s services.

The purpose of the website is to help local figure skating clubs and other skating organizations easily find information about upcoming Champion Skating Seminars. It also provides a simple way for any organization to create the perfect ice skating seminar, anywhere in the world.

Figure skating participants commonly search for nearby skating seminars to attend and the new website includes a list of it’s figure skating seminars in 2018. January 2018 seminars include one located in Sugar Land, TX in the greater Houston area. In February 2018 there is another in Knoxville, KY.

Sheila Thelen, President of Champion Developmental Seminars, said that interest in her company’s seminars has been strong in 2018, with dozens of requests for quotes and additional information. Thelen noted, “Our summer seminar schedule is really heating up. It looks like its going to be a great year.”

Thelen is enthusiastic about the new website. “We’re excited to let everyone know what we do and provide them with an easy way to reach out to us. We’re eager to help them create a figure skating seminar that’s perfect for their situation,” she said.

To learn more about Champion Skating Seminars, visit their new website at ChampionDevelopmentalSeminars.com

More About Champion Developmental Seminars

Founded in 2017, Champion Developmental Seminars is filling a void in the figure skating seminar industry for seminars focusing on skaters of all levels, particularly those in the developmental stages. The company boasts an esteemed faculty of over a dozen expert figure skating coaches, covering every aspect of singles skating. The company’s mission is to raise the overall skating and coaching level throughout the world. To learn more about Champion Developmental Seminars you should call 651-257-1004 or visit them online at http://www.ChampionDevelopmentalSeminars.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Sheila Thelen
Email: sheila@theleninc.com
Organization: Champion Developmental Seminars
Address: 16223 289th Circle, Shafer, MN 55074, United States
Phone: +1-651-257-1004

For more information, please visit http://www.ChampionDevelopmentalSeminars.com

Source: PressCable

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