Please support my dancing and fundraising challenge at Boca’s Ballroom Battle.
I will be training at Fred Astaire Dance Studio’s 2-3 days per week to master my dance routine.
I will be equally devoted to raising funds for the George Snow Scholarship Fund. Donations will assist in granting deserving student throughout Palm Beach and Broward Counties.
HOW YOU CAN HELP…
1.) Buy tickets now and enjoy an evening for great entertainment with friends.
2.) Make a contribution to The George Snow Scholarship Fund in my honor and mention my name on the gift! Simply click on the DONATE button. In order for your donations to be counted towards my fundraising goal, be sure to click on my name in the drop down box on the donation form labeled “Dancer I am supporting”. Thank you in advance for your support.
3.) Place an aknowledgement ad in the event program.
Laura Stoltz Bio
Laura Stoltz was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio. Moving to New York City in 1982 to attend New York University and study voice, she applied her love of music to quickly land job in the recording industry at Chrysalis Records. While at Chrysalis, Laura promoted dance music to the hottest nightclubs in New York, Miami, Chicago, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. She worked alongside legendary rock and roll artists Jethro Tull, Huey Lewis, Pat Benatar, Billy Idol, Sinead O’Connor, Slaughter and countless others, securing radio airplay nationally and scoring the #1 positions in Billboard and Radio and Records. As her career soared she became Vice President of Adult Contemporary Promotion for EMI Records Group North America where she took Robert Palmer to debut on Jay Leno, toured with Roxette, worked on Frank Sinatra’s famous Duets album, and launched Jon Secada’s career with a performance at the White House for National Hispanic Month. She earned the Most Valuable Player Award at EMI’s National Convention.
Her sales efforts earned her Gold and Multi-Platinum albums which hang on her wall. Laura was a key player on the exploding music scene at an exciting time when technology transformed the industry, making way for the compact disc and music video for groundbreaking television outlets MTV and VH1.
Vacationing in Florida in 1992, Laura met and fell in love with Skip Stoltz. They have been married for 16 years. Their business interests include Brewzzi Restaurants (Boca Raton and West Palm Beach), Luxury Homes, Inc., a residential brokerage firm, and Stoltz Companies, a diversified commercial real estate company. Their proudest achievement is their 15 year old son Evan, who is an awesome trombone player and bass guitarist.
Laura has been a member of the Junior League of Boca Raton for over ten years, volunteering her time and talent to the League. She has been an invaluable leadership volunteer and fund raiser for the League’s signature Woman Volunteer of the Year Annual Luncheon. Laura will sit on the Endowment Board for the League. As a member of the PTA, Laura believes in supporting education first and formost. She regularly volunteers in the public schools, especially in the band and music departments. Laura supports many local and national philanthropic causes including the George Snow Scholarship Fund, the Boca Raton Community Hospital Foundation’s annual Hospital Ball, the American Heart Association, Florence Fuller Child Development Center Wee Dream Ball, Nat King Cole Generation of Hope, Art for Life, and VH1 Save The Music.