Despite the temperature soaring as high as 40 and the chilly, drizzly weather taking its run, 300 people rolled out of their houses on Saturday morning with their bikes.
This was done on the occasion of national Breast Cancer Awareness month as cyclists rode a distance of 50 miles. Raising awareness about the disease as well as its cure, this is said to be the fourth year when the riders have take this ride for awareness.
A video was pioneered on the website pinkglovedance. com. This video namely ‘Pink Glove Dance: The Sequel’ has been made to spread awareness about breast cancer and also to help raise money.
This attempt by the Thibodaux Regional Medical Center staff members is intended at breast cancer awareness. In response to the original “Pink Glove Dance” video, all the users of Youtube had posted more than 11.5 million views.
Featuring staff from 11 hospitals and three nursing homes, this video also entails clips of breast-cancer survivors from places across the country from San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge to the snows of Minneapolis to New York City’s Times Squar.
It is being said that as much as 4,000 people will be seen dancing for the breast cancer awareness campaign. Toni Martinez, Marketing Director for Thibodaux Regional Medical Center, said “Once we saw the original video, we immediately wanted to get involved. Our staff was so excited and inspired to be part of the Pink Glove Dance sequel”.
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