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In profile: Teri Rogers, Ph.D.

Twilight Productions LLC

775-764-0006

Background: “I spent 20 years in the banking industry before going back to school. Fitness was my passion and that’s when I changed my degree, getting a BA in physical education/kinesiology. I now have a doctorate in holistic health and natural healing and I have been teaching for over 20 years as a college professor for the College of Southern Nevada. I also have been a dancer with various dance groups for 16 years before coming to Pahrump. I teach line dancing at the Moose Lodge and Fitness for $10. I also founded the High Desert Line Dance performance group, which has been instrumental in performing and volunteering to work at many charitable events in Pahrump. I have formed Twilight Productions to help others fulfill their performance dreams.”

Years in business: “We have been in business since January.”

First job: “A snack bar attendant at a roller skating rink.”

Personal: “I love sharing my work with my husband. We also both enjoy working out together. We are both avid fitness enthusiasts. I also enjoy biking around town.”

Business climate: “I love Pahrump and hope to continue to be of service to the community.”

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