Your Dance Moves Could Win $30,000 for Children's
November 30, 2010
Does your family love the electric slide? Is your daughter a dancing queen? Is your 5-year-old an expert at the Roger Rabbit? If so, show off those moves for a chance to win $30,000 for Children’s Medical Center — and $5,000 for your family.
Here’s the scoop: Children’s Miracle Network has partnered with Primrose Schools to host Family Dance Off Contest. Simply film a 30-second video of your family dancing and submit it to FamilyDanceOff.com by March 26. Then get your friends and family to vote for your video. Your family could win one of the following:
- $5,000 grand prize
- Wii Fit Bundle
- Flip Video camera
- $30,000 donation to your local Children’s Miracle Network hospital (which is Children’s Medical Center for the Dallas area)
Once you’ve submitted a video, let Children’s know by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Children’s will help promote your video so that more people can vote for it. Don’t just stand there, bust a move!
Learn more at www.FamilyDanceOff.com.
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