Scroll down to view photos and videos of your favorite dancer.
Dear Friends and Family,
As you may have heard, I have been selected to dance in “Boca’s Ballroom Battle”, the annual dance competition to raise money for The George Snow Scholarship Fund.
Following a summer of practice and intense dance lessons with my professional dance partner, I will dance in front of over 800 people at the Boca Resort and Club, on August 28th. The purpose of this event is to raise funds that provide scholarships to the most deserving and brightest students in our community who otherwise would not have being able to go to college. I have personally met students who have received the scholarship and their appreciation and humility is incredible. All of the donations raised will go directly to the George Snow Scholarship Fund, and they are 100% tax deductible.
I am dancing for your support, knowing that every dollar I raise helps a dream to go to college come true. Please consider donating on my behalf. I am counting on my family and friends to help me raise as much scholarship money as possible. Simply visit www.ballroombattle.com to make your donation.
If that’s not possible, there are options to purchase seats and advertisements or donate in any increment. Please help these fine young students with their dreams to attend college:
1. You can purchase tickets, tables and/or sponsorship or ads on my behalf by calling Debi at the George Snow Scholarship Fund at 561-347-6799, or
2. Visit www.ballroombattle.com , then click on the “Donate” button to the right and make an online tax deductible donation to the George Snow Scholarship Fund. Please be sure to go to the drop down and put “Chris Nichols” as the “dancer I am supporting”, or
3. You may mail a check payable, again on my behalf to:
George Snow Scholarship Fund
201 Plaza Real, Suite 260
Boca Raton, FL 33432
Every few weeks I will be giving you an update on my progress that includes videos and pictures and yes, you are free to tease me (some of my “good friends” have already started this process!)
If you watch the ABC TV show “Dancing With The Stars”, this is exactly like that experience!
Thanks again for your support!
Chris Nichols is the Founder and CEO of Nichols Wealth Partners, a comprehensive wealth planning firm. He has been in the financial services industry for nearly two decades. He specializes in the comprehensive wealth planning for ultra-high net worth clients and has enjoyed a long tradition of providing clients with a high level of financial advice and trust.
Chris holds the FINRA Series 7 (General Securities Registered Representative), Series 6 (Limited Representative Investment Company Variable Contracts), NASAA Series 66 (Uniformed Combined State Law) and Series 63 (Uniform Securities Agent State Law). Chris also holds a Life, Health and Variable Annuities License.
He has written numerous publications designed to help people avoid making common mistakes with their everyday financial decisions. In addition, Chris has held hundreds of public and private investment planning workshops that are designed to inform and educate individuals about asset protection, investing and retirement planning. He has authored, Six Costly Life Insurance Mistakes and Some Simple Ways to Help You Avoid Them, a booklet that reveals many unknown facts about life insurance and informs readers how to protect themselves and their families from making costly mistakes.
A native of South Florida, Chris has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a minor in Economics from University of Florida. He is on the Blue & White Leadership Council at Lynn University as well as the Ambassadors Board at Nova University. In his spare time, he serves on the board of The Men’s Club and tennis committee at Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club. He is past President and served as a board member of St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Ft. Lauderdale.
Chris enjoys exercising, reading and watching sporting events. He resides in Boca Raton, Florida with his wife and four children. Chris’ favorite pastime activities include: watching football on the weekends, play around with his kids and acting like a kid again and spending time with friends and laughing.