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Charlotte NC Summer Specials on Birthday Parties & Camps from Sangrock Black Belt World

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““At Sangrock Black Belt World, we’re proud to help children and adults learn martial arts in Charlotte, NC. Our martial arts classes in the Charlotte area teach the techniques and skills to achieve a strong mind and body. Built upon traditional values and morals, martial arts and karate in Charlotte provides students with a feeling of security and confidence in our family atmosphere,” says Monica Singh Rathore, company spokesperson.”
Sangrock Black Belt World, leader in martial arts in Charlotte, NC is now offering summer specials that include $69.99 for 4 weeks of classes; $150 for birthday parties; and $99.99 a week for summer camp, plus activity fee.

No matter what activity kids participate in at Sangrock Black Belt World, it’s a good way for them to develop skills for social interaction while improving physical fitness and self-esteem. In addition, children find friends of all ages and work together in groups to increase both physical and mental skills.

Black Belt World, which has locations in Charlotte, Indian Trail, Matthews, and Wesley Chapel, offers the following classes, services, and events:

  • Tae Kwon Do for K-12
  • Tae Kwon Do for Home-Schooled Children
  • Tae Kwon Do for Those with Special Needs
  • Adult Tae Kwon Do
  • After School
  • Summer Camp
  • Birthday Parties
  • Cage Fitness
  • Women’s Self-Defense

“At Sangrock Black Belt World, we’re proud to help children and adults learn martial arts in Charlotte, NC. Our martial arts classes in the Charlotte area teach the techniques and skills to achieve a strong mind and body. Built upon traditional values and morals, martial arts and karate in Charlotte provides students with a feeling of security and confidence in our family atmosphere,” says Monica Singh Rathore, company spokesperson.

To find out more about martial arts, summer camps, or birthday party specials, call Sangrock Black Belt World at the following phone numbers: Charlotte (704) 769-1952; Indian Trail (704) 594-5071; Wesley Chapel (704) 859-4457. A handy online contact page is at http://www.taekwondo-charlotte.com/contact-us.html/. Black Belt World serves many children, adults and families in Charlotte, Wesley Chapel, Matthews, Weddington, South Charlotte, Ballantyne, Stallings, Indian Trail, Mint Hill, Monroe, Marvin, Waxhaw, Concord, and Harrisburg, North Carolina.

Media Contact
Company Name: Sangrock Black Belt World
Contact Person: Monica Singh Rathore
Email: Send Email
Phone: 704-814-9966
Address:124 W. John Street
City: Matthews
State: NC
Country: United States
Website: http://www.taekwondo-charlotte.com

Source: www.abnewswire.com

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