An audacious dance routine by an auditor at Ward Goodman led to him to become the winner of Business Come Dancing 2018 in Bournemouth.
Despite never having danced before, Dan Snoxell brought the house down with his Irish Dance routine, with his partner Carrie, raised £295 and sold 32 tickets for Business come Dancing 2018.
Business Come Dancing is an annual fundraising event for Pavilion Dance South West (PDSW), which has teamed up with Bournemouth Hospital Charity to raise funds for a mini MRI scanner.
Contestants from Bournemouth and Poole were paired with professional teachers, given rehearsal space at PDSW, and after training, performed in front of a panel of judges at a black tie dinner and dance off held at The Cumberland Hotel.
Ian Rodd, managing director at chartered accountants, tax, and business advisors Ward Goodman, said: “We are delighted at Dan’s success. Our staff do a lot to support local community causes and often reveal hidden talents along the way.”
With offices at Ferndown, Shaftesbury and Wareham, Ward Goodman is ideally placed to service clients and connect professionals across the county and wider region, and is behind Dorset Charities’ Conference 2018 and is the specialist charities advisory firm behind the Annual Dorset Charities Conference, held for the benefit of our local charities.
Zannah Doan, PDSW chief executive, added: “Dan’s performance brought the house down. It was an incredibly committed and proficient performance from someone who had never danced before, particularly with Irish Dance being so technically demanding. He was a very popular winner!”