Korean Taekwondo Children’s Demo Team to Perform in AZ

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Korean Eagles Taekwondo Team Perform at SCC in Arizona for the Mayor and a delighted audience

MEDIA ADVISORY August 7, 2010
CONTACT: Dawn Wharton, 602-896-8721

Korean Taekwondo Children’s Demo Team To Perform in Arizona
Top Children’s Taekwondo Performance Troupe Comes to Phoenix

WHO: USA Martial Arts hosts the Korean Eagle Taekwondo Team.

WHAT: The Korean Eagles are Korea’s premier children’s Martial Arts all-Black Belt Performance Team. Headed by Grandmasters Jung Hwan Jin and Chang Joo Park, the Eagles travel the world dazzling their audiences with high flying kicks and amazing feats of board breaking. The Eagles have even performed for the Queen at Buckingham Palace.

The team will perform a show for the grand opening of USA Martial Arts in Phoenix. USA Martial Arts is located at 4731 E. Greenway Rd Suite 9-10, Phoenix, AZ 85032 . Free admission.

WHEN: 10:30 a.m., Saturday, August 7th. Doors Open at 10:00 a.m.

WHERE: USA Martial Arts Paradise Valley Phoenix/Scottsdale
4731 E. Greenway Rd Suite 9-10 Phoenix, AZ 85032

WHY: 2010 marks the 11th year Master John Nottingham has hosted the Korean Eagle Team for purposes of Cultural Exchange, Training, and Charitable opportunities.

John Nottingham is the founder of one of the most respected martial arts chains with locations throughout the valley including Scottsdale, Glendale and Mesa. His signature school is located in Paradise Valley Phoenix where the Eagle Team will be performing for local children and the community.

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