Miromar Outlets Hosts Ballroom Dancers

December 2016
Value Retail News;Dec2016, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p8
Trade Publication
The article talks about a ballroom dance by fifth grade students funded and conducted by the U.S.-based shopping mall, Miromar Outlets in its Restaurant Piazza in October 2016, which was aimed at building self-esteem and confidence among students.


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