about the founder, owner, & CEO.
Margolin AKA SalsaCrazy
After teaching and studying salsa for over 10 years, Evan has become
known across the board for teaching the art and passion of a great
salsa dance. He exudes energy and excitement in every dance step and in
founder of SalsaCrazy, and many other Salsa Dance companies
and organizations, Evan has taught for over 10 years. This experience
has enabled him to understand the inner-workings and important concerns
of salsa dancers.
passion has become the passion of thousands and his
professional and compassionate demeanor is reflected in every one of
his exciting classes and events.
“Our goal was to create a website that answered all questions
asked about salsa dance in the San Francisco Bay Area, from where to
go, to what classes to what classes were available, to how can I get
started” says, Evan Margolin, president of SalsaCrazy, Inc.
Margolin thinks of himself as an "evangelist of dance." Margolin was
himself a start-up guy, enduring the weekend-less months until he sold
the company he co-founded. Then came DotCom Dance. Margolin put
together the San Francisco-based organization over the course of a
weekend last October with a quickie Web site, a mailing list and a post
on Bay area bulletin board Craigslist.org urging people to get out of
their ergonomically correct chairs and into their dancing shoes.
understands if techies are initially wary--dancing isn't innate, even
for him. His brother had to persuade him to take a ballroom dancing
class, and he didn't buy into the boogie until he witnessed a couple
salsa dancing at a club. "The music and the dance just spoke to me," he
says. Before he knew it, he was out dancing four nights a weeks and
taking lessons in various genres.
dance as an outlet for pent-up stress, Margolin feels like a changed
man and wants to offer everyone--not just tech types--the chance to
experience like gratification. Several events held at nightspots
throughout the Bay area, and taught by local instructors, have already
been met with surprising enthusiasm. By branching out geographically
and starting a nonprofit called DanceOut, geared toward other markets
like teens, Margolin is betting dances could be the solution our
overworked society needs. And with events costing $8 to $10, it beats a
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