Lights. Camera. Dance! The Pink Glove Dance Video Shoot

Hundreds of LMC employees gathered outside the hospital last night to dance in a video for the national Medline “Pink Glove Dance” video contest. The Pink Glove Dance is a national phenomenon designed to raise awareness about breast cancer and prevention. The organization with the winning video will receive $10,000 to donate to the breast cancer charity of its choice. Learn more here.

Here’s some video courtesy of The State newspaper.

We received excellent news coverage.

Here’s a slideshow of our favorite pictures.

A special thank you to LMC employee Katie Hart for her help with photos.

You can vote for your favorite video on the Pink Glove Dance website beginning next month. Please support LMC!

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3 Responses to “Lights. Camera. Dance! The Pink Glove Dance Video Shoot”

  1. I had so much fun dancing last night! It was great to get to spend time with my coworkers and friends while raising awareness for breast cancer. What a workout, too! Can’t wait to see the finished product.

    • I had a great time too and am so proud LMC decided to make its own Pink Glove video. I really enjoyed all the laughs and cheers with everyone!

  2. As a 16-year breast cancer survivor, I felt honored and connected to all of my coworkers I danced with. It was an awesome and uplifting experience. The fight against this disease is so much more than medicine and money. The support of family, friends and community make an enormous difference when faced with this fight. The fact that so many participated and with such enthusiasm, made me so proud to be a part of it. The positive energy was electrifying. If we don’t win the video competition it won’t matter, because we already won last night!

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