Update on Dojaang changes

Discussion in 'Tae-Kwon-Do' started by terryl965, Apr 7, 2009.

  1. searcher

    searcher Senior Master

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    Terry, do you limit students to 1 set of classes or do you allow them to attend as many as they want for their monthly tuition?

    And, do you charge a seperate fee for the fight night?


    Keep those good ideas coming, I need as many as I can get.
     
  2. Miles

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    Congratulations Terry, I know it was a difficult decision for you and I am glad it is working out. As far as selling out-you are still offering hard-core training to those who are willing to do it and at a time not too much later than when it was earlier offered. (It is not like the hard-core classes are only available at midnight or at 4:30 in the morning).

    You might be pleasantly surprised when some of the folks in the earlier (softer) classes "graduate" into the more hard-core classes. In the meantime you are providing them good exposure to the martial arts.
     
  3. terryl965

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    No we allow them to attend as many classes as they wish, there is a charge for the fight team but not for fight night.
     
  4. Laurentkd

    Laurentkd Master Black Belt

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    Congrats Sir!
    Now you can keep the doors open, so you still CAN teach those sweat and bruises classes. Sounds like a great plan to me!123
     

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