Voting in the 2012 Pink Glove Dance competition is about to end! The competition lasts through tomorrow, November 2nd. If you haven’t already, please go to www.pinkglovedance.com, search “L-M” and click “Vote” on LMC’s video. Lexington Medical Center remains in the lead, but we need to keep up momentum until the very end.
Because of your efforts and support, our video has received more than 63,000 views on YouTube and nearly 15,000 votes. While many people have already voted and shared our video on their Facebook pages, if you have time, please repost the link to our page on the Pink Glove Dance website one more time and ask your Facebook friends to watch and vote for our video. A vote for our video is a show of support for everyone in the Midlands with cancer.
In total, approximately 1,000 Lexington Medical Center employees dancing to the Katy Perry song “Part of Me” in the video. In addition to high energy and Broadway style choreography, there are special effects, smoke, strobe lights and more. Importantly, the dance features several LMC employees who are breast cancer survivors; they’re wearing t-shirts that say “Survivor from Day 1,” noting the strength and courage of breast cancer patients right from the time of their diagnosis. “Survivor From Day 1” is the theme of this year’s video.
The winner will receive $10,000 to donate to a breast cancer charity of its choice. Lexington Medical Center would donate its prize money to the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer Research, as it did last year.