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Agrello Dance and Fitness relocated from Las Vegas to St. George. Agrello Dance and Fitness signed a lease at the Astin Mele Center located at 1025 East Tabernacle.
Agrello Dance and Fitness offers a unique combination of world-class ballroom dancing instruction, acclaimed competitive Dancesport training along with accredited fitness/nutritional education.
Agrello Dance and Fitness, owned by Giacomo and Debra Agrello, is family owned and operated. Born in Gallarate, Italy, Giacomo started dancing in 1987. From a beginner, through the ranks of amateur, and into the levels of professional and pro-Am, Giacomo's international career spans all levels of ballroom dance with successful results across the board. To name a few:
Debra grew up as a competitive gymnast, giving her early exposure to the very distinct and demanding needs of an athlete. "The technical training in any sport is very important but only one piece of the puzzle if you want to excel. Excellence is never an accident!" A Pro-Am Ballroom Dance competitor, the mother of 7 and a health, nutrition and fitness professional of 18 years, Debra brings her credentials and demonstrated expertise to dance and fitness training. She is an active member of The American College of Sports Medicine (the Gold Standard for fitness professionals in the United States).
Agrello Dance and Fitness expects to be open in January. For more information, please visit: www.agrellodanceandfitness.com
Jason Griffith and Meeja McAllister of NAI Utah South represented Agrello Dance and Fitness; Brandon Vandermyde of NAI represented the landlord.