IESA HQ Grand Opening at UMAA

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  1. largomano

    largomano New Member

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    PRESS RELEASE
    Universal Martial Arts Academy
    Grand Opening of the International
    Eskrima Serrada Headquarters at
    Universal Martial Arts Academy
    April 28, 2007
    1:15-3:00pm
    The International Eskrima Serrada Association (IESA) is pleased to announce the grand opening of its official headquarters at the Universal Martial Arts Academy (UMAA) in Oakland, CA., on April 28, 2007 at 1:15pm.

    IESA was founded in 1989 by Pangulong Guro Sultan “Shaykh” Uddin with the blessings of his teacher, the late Great Grandmaster Angel Cabales, founder of the art of Serrada.. IESA most directly represents the legacy of Great Grandmaster Cabales.

    Universal Martial Arts Academy was founded by Professor-Punong Guro James Hundon, and teaches a curriculum of Small Circle Jujitsu, Boxing, and Serrada, with aspects of other arts.

    UMAA is honored to accept the privilege of being the official headquarters of IESA. The affiliation of our two schools is an important development in the world of martial arts. The combination of knowledge and experience between schools will lead to exciting new developments and projects.

    Please join us to celebrate with live exhibitions of Serrada stickfighting, Capoeira, Small Circle Jujitsu and Silat. Refreshments will be provided. IESA founder Pangulong Guro Sultan “Shaykh” Uddin will make a special guest appearance.

    Date: April 28th, 2007
    Time: 1:15-3pm
    Place: Pitts' Martial Arts Academy
    3298 Lakeshore Avenue, Suite A
    Oakland, CA 94610

    Info: 415-671-2055/1-888-221-5462
    www.umaacademy.com
    www.myspace.com/umaacademy

    Please RSVP because space is limited: beki@umaacademy.com


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  2. arnisador

    arnisador Active Member

    Good luck!
     
  3. pahhhoul

    pahhhoul New Member

    All the best to PPG Hundon!

    I hope that your upcoming seminar this weekend is a terrific turnout!

    kindest regards,
    Paul
     

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