Just before Andrea Dangel's Tippi Toes Dance Co. starts classes this summer at new locations like TriHealth Fitness & Health Pavilion, Wyoming Recreation Center, and Evendale Recreation Center, the company's leaders will go toe-to-toe on ABC's "Shark Tank this Sunday at 9 pm for a special premiere of the show. Since August 2009, Dangels Cincinnati-based Tippi Toes business is the first franchise of the children's dance company and has been offering classes at locations such as Blue Ash YMCA, Blue Ash Recreation Center, Church of the Saviour, Lakota Schools, Lifetime Fitness, Mason City Schools, ME Lyons YMCA, Sycamore Schools, Powel Crosley YMCA, YogohOMeMariemont, and YogahOMeSymmes Twp. Tippi Toes Dance Companys mission is to bring classes to children and help develop a love of dancing. Dangels dance company does not have a studio because their goal is to travel around Cincinnati to schools, businesses, fitness centers, churches, child care centers, etc. and introduce boys and girls to ballet, tap, jazz, and hip hop dance with original music created by Tippi Toes. She is offering about 20 classes locally. There are three types of classes: Mommy & Me classes are for parents and children ranging from 18 months to 3 years. Ballet, Tap & Jazz classes are offered for children from ages 3 to 6. Hip Hop/Jazz classes focus on kids from ages 6 to 12. Dangel and her 5 instructors are excited to watch the Texas-based dance company be featured in the season opening episode of ABC's business investment reality show called "Shark Tank. The show features a team of judges called "Sharks" who listen to entrepreneurs fishing for investment dollars. New judges to the show this season are comedian Jeff Foxworthy and outspoken corporate investor/professional basketball team owner Mark Cuban. While she wasn't part of the show, Dangel has talked to the Tippi Toes founders about the Shark Tank pitch. The leaders are focused on looking for money to finance a children's TV show based on Tippi Toes' ideals.