During the swing era, there were hundreds of styles of swing dancing, but those that have survived beyond that era include: Lindy Hop, Balboa, Collegiate Shag, and Charleston.
In 1994, Ceroc introduced taxi dancers to their venues to assist beginner dancers.
Jitterbug is an umbrella term that denotes all forms of swing dance, though it is often used as a synonym for the six-count derivative of Lindy Hop called "East Coast Swing".
It was also common to use the word to identify a kind of dancer (i.e., a swing dancer).
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is a company which teaches Modern Jive, a form of partner dance best described as a fusion of Salsa and Jive. The term "Ceroc" has been registered as a trademark in many countries.