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PRO Martial Arts Celebrated Grand Opening on Saturday, April 12, 2014

Posted on Monday, April 7, 2014


PRO Martial Arts Grand Opening and Family Fun Day!
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony – Saturday, April 12, 2014 at 10 a.m.

COLONIE, N.Y. -- Newly located at 1814 Central Ave in Colonie, PRO Martial Arts, a traditional Korean martial arts studio, will celebrate its grand opening on Saturday, April 12, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. An official ribbon cutting ceremony will take place at 10 a.m. followed by karate lessons, board breaking, pizza, and more. Guests will also have an opportunity to win an iPad, pizza party, and a free month of karate lessons.
“From kids to adults and beginners to experts, PRO Martial Arts offers a diverse curriculum of martial arts techniques and focuses on building confidence, staying safe, and developing character,” explains John Busdiecker, Franchise Owner.
PRO Martial Arts also offers a unique 12-week bully and predator prevention program that teaches children how to stay safe.
“Our ARMOR Program is one of the most comprehensive bully and predator prevention programs that I’ve ever seen,” explains James Garlin, Program Director at PRO Martial Arts. “We give our students the right tools to deal with all types of bulling, young or old, and teach them how to recognize and get away from potential predators.”
Garlin has twenty-six years of martial arts experience in the Capital Region and holds black belts in Taekwondo and Hapkido.
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What sets PRO Martial Arts apart from the average martial arts school is the addition of our inspiring and motivational Life Skills Training program. PRO Martial Arts students acquire more than just Black Belt kicking and punching skills. Your kids learn the value of a lifestyle of quiet confidence, poise, and fulfillment. What's more, at the core of every PRO Martial Arts lesson is our exclusive bullying and predator prevention curriculum we call ARMOR® - specifically designed to keep your children safe in both the real world and online.

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