SwingShift and the Stars: Traverse City Triton’s Rowing Needs Your Support

The next group of four nonprofits are stepping into the limelight for round two of SwingShift and the Stars 2019 in Traverse City.

Being part of SwingShift helps organizations like Traverse City Triton’s Rowing raise funds to support their causes.

Director Chris Bott says Triton’s Rowing is is all about promoting middle school and high school rowing in Northern Michigan.

“This season we are putting about 51 kids on the water every single day, so it’s an amazing sight to see,” Bott says.

Bott is also performing this year, he will be dancing with star Diana Milock on Oct. 18.

You can donate directly to help Triton’s Rowing in the competition by visiting tctritonsrowing.org.

Tickets can be found at the Traverse City Opera House and through each individual organization, including TC Triton’s Rowing. Or purchase them online at swingshiftandthestars.org.

Watch the videos above and below to learn more Traverse City Triton’s Rowing’s dance and lip sync teams.