6:13 PM EDT, September 18, 2011
Lewis Gale Hospital at Montgomery teamed up with some Hokies to help find a cure for breast cancer.
A dance routine was filmed Sunday afternoon and the group's hoping to win $10,000.
Hospital employees, like Amy Woods, were making a dance video at work, all to raise money about a disease that kills millions of people every year. "The winning video gets ten-thousand dollars to donate to a breast cancer research foundation of their choice," explained Woods.
The Pink Glove Dance video was created two years ago by Medline.
The Lewis Gale Hospital at Montgomery got word of the cause and now they're creating a flash mob dance of their own.
To get expert advice, the hospital asked the High Techs Dance Team to help with a routine.
While the High Techs spent two weeks coming up with a routine, dancer Devon Hudson says a close friend weighed heavy on their minds. "We have a dancer on our team whose mom was just diagnosed with breast cancer so it's been a big deal for us to be able to five back to her."
The flash mob video will be filmed in two places; the hospital and at Lane Stadium.
A ton of hand motion will be used in the dance because more than one-thousand people will be wearing pink gloves.
The Pink Glove Flash mob has to submit the video by October 26th.
The dance routine will be posted on YouTube, and the voting begins October 3rd. However, you must have a Facebook account to vote.
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