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CUTV News Radio spotlights Steven Tanenbaum of A Wish Come True

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Bristol, PA – In 1982, Steve Tanenbaum worked on the Hollywood production set of the iconic music video for Michael Jackson’s #1 Hit, “Billie Jean.” Between takes, he marveled as Jackson tried out a brand-new dance move (“The MoonWalk”), which he would debut two months later on Motown’s 25th Anniversary TV Special.

Though Tanenbaum would soon go on to achieve remarkable success in commercial real estate in the eastern U.S., his career has now come full circle. Today, Tanenbaum is the Managing Partner and CEO of A Wish Come True, the country’s foremost manufacturer of dance costumes.

A Wish Come True designs, manufactures, markets, provides consulting services, sells, distributes and ships high-quality, pre-designed, as well as custom-made costumes and dance accessories for virtually every genre of dance taught in dance schools, community centers, public and private high schools and universities in the U.S. and virtually anywhere else in the world.

A Wish Come True does not have a retail outlet or a factory-direct Web site to sell their costumes; they only sell directly to dance schools, and there are thousands of dance schools across the United States.

“It's really nice being in a business where you have the unique opportunity to make people happy!” says Tanenbaum. “The greatest single reason for the success of this company is that from the top to the bottom of our organization, we are driven to be the best by imagining that little girl dancing on that stage for her family to see. You are here to make someone's child happy!"

For more information, visit http://AWishComeTrue.com.