Drew Vamosi, Executive Director of Leap! National Dance Competition, explains why he chose Rosco Adagio Tour dance floor for his touring dance competition and how it continues to perform eight seasons later.
An examination of why the marley floor inside a dance studio is important, and why choosing the right marley floor is just as important.
A collection of the blog posts that resonated most in 2017 for each of our core markets.
Tonya Coker, owner of Dance Branson School Of The Arts, talks about the success of her dance program for special needs children and how Rosco’s marley dance floors helped her bring it to life.
When Ashley Ballet Arts Academy decided to move into new, larger dance studios, they turned to Rosco for a flooring solution that would grow with them – both now and in the future.
A university in Bogotá purchased Rosco’s SubFloor sprung floor system so that they could easily install and remove their dance floor from a multi-purpose classroom.
A simple breakdown of the Rosco Dance Floor we recommend for your studio based on the style of dance being performed.
Recently, Eric Tishman – a 27-year Rosco-veteran – was appointed to our International Business Development Group to oversee Rosco’s growth in South America. One of Eric’s primary goals was to visit the thriving market in Chile and call on our Santiago dealer Valook SA. Eric learned that the Valook team – and their customers –…
Director of Can Dance Academy, Lori Hall explains why she only uses Rosco Adagio Floor in her studios.
Inspired by the spirit of Jacob Marley, we thought we’d dispel some of the most common misconceptions about Marley floors for dance studios.