Spend An Evening on the Ice with German Olympic Legend Norbert Schramm

By Stephen Fuchs on Email @StephenWFuchs

Norbert Schramm - On the Ice

Norbert Schramm had a world-class career during the 80’s and 90’s as one Germany’s greatest figure skaters to date.  His creative routines on the ice not only gained him two European Championship first place wins, two silver medals at the World Championships, three German national titles, and a spot at the 1984 Winter Olympics, but also the title of the “World’s Best Ice Entertainer” by journalists around the world.  Schramm is a sight to see on the ice rink, and in New York City on March 13, you can have the chance to get out on the ice and skate with him for an evening you’ll never forget.

The German-American Committee of Greater New York is opening up this one of a kind evening to 50 people who want to skate with Norbert Schramm and learn a few tricks from the legend himself.  There are no requirements on your skating skills, so don’t worry if it is your first time on the ice… Schramm is the perfect person to get you out on the ice the right way.

This two-hour event (8-10pm) will be taking place at the Wollman Rink in Central Park where you will get a gorgeous view of the New York City skyline, and there will be a warming tent if you get too cold.  Tickets are $50 for adults and $30 for children 11 and under, and proceeds will be going to the 2013 NYC Steuben Parade. Remember there are only 50 spots available, so get your tickets now before you miss your chance to skate with a legend.

Tickets are on sale at Eventbrite.com

Stephen Fuchs
Stephen founded German Pulse and LGBT Germany out of a passion to introduce Americans to a Germany that goes beyond beer and polka (although with enough beer he has been known to polka it up a bit). He's a coffee addict, lover of wine and good times, a hit in the kitchen and editor of TV commercials. You can follow him on Twitter (@StephenWFuchs) to find out a lot more.
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