VIRAL VIDEO: Ames Pink Glove Dance

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Friday is the last day to cast your vote for the Ames Pink Glove Dance video.

Employees of Ames’ Mary Greeley Medical Center, the McFarland Clinic and the Iowa State University Thielen Student Health Center have teamed up in an effort to win $25,000 for charity.

They’ve created a Pink Glove Dance video to help raise awareness for breast cancer. The video showcases hospital and clinic staff, community members, cancer survivors, Ames High School cheerleaders, Iowa State University students, and even the ISU football team.

The dance is choreographed to One Direction’s “What Makes You Beautiful.”

If the video shot in Ames wins, plans are to donate the $25,000 to the American Cancer Society.

The contest is sponsored by MedLine, which manufactures the pink gloves in the video.

Voting will stay open through Nov. 8th. You can vote for the video here.

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