31Svn Partners with Yelp

31Svn Partners with Yelp

We’ve been so lucky to be able to partner with Yelp Indy on a few different events across the city. Our first meeting came in January 2019 at 416 Wabash for a Yelp Elite members bash! 

The squad and a few students brought some wild entertainment along with DJ Just Nice rocking the party all night. 
At the party, we handed out some free class certificates which had many of the Yelp Elite members excited to visit our studio! 


A few months later the Yelp Elite members redeemed their free class at 31Svn SDA and we partnered with our next door neighbors Sushi Club to bring them the event “Flips and Rolls”. 

Yelp Elite members came by the studio and learned a few moves, and then had some sushi. And at the time we were able to be featured for our event by the Yelp National Campaign. Enjoy the video below! 

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