Sep 14, 2011
You can have your B-list celebrities and their "Dancing with the Stars" antics. The "real dance deal" is going on far from the glitz of Hollywood, in the halls of the Moore Medical Center today. That's where employees of the Norman Regional Health System are struttin' their stuff to raise awareness for breast cancer. And Julie Robberson, Executive Secretary for Moore Medical Center ?CEO, Ryan Gary,? says what their staff lacks in talent they more than make up for in enthusiasm.
"We hope it's well-choreographed since none of us are great dancers. But I think it's more about participation than what it looks like. It's about having fun," says Robberson.
Norman Regional Health System Media Coordinator believes that making the video will be a great opportunity to make headway in the battle against breast cancer. She hopes the Moore community will take the opportunity to view the video and educate themselves about the disease.
"Our dance video will uploaded to this website, pinkglovedance.com and then people will be able to vote on their favorite video," says Wells, "The winner will be given $10,000 to donate to the charity of their choice. If we win we'll be donating the money to the Susan G. Komen (Oklahoma) Foundation."
The final video is due on September 26th and should be posted on pinkglovedance.com shortly after that date.