Local zumba instructor, Jason Hernandez, did just that. After hosting three Party In Pink events to help raise money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation in the Big Country, Hernandez took it east to Austin.
He recently, got back quickly noticing the bigger support back at the Key City saying "Abilene had way more people."
If that's not enough work, Hernandez is planning to help host a rooftop party with Abilene's Grace Museum and another Zumbathon the following week supporting United Way. That's all on top of instructing classes at his Studio Z located at the Mall of Abilene.
Hernandez stopp by the KTAB 4u studio to discuss more in detail of the upcoming events and teach our host Matthew Torres one or two things about zumba.
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