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Help Hershey Medical Center Win $25,000

Penn State’s Hershey Medical Center has entered their own video into Medline’s Pink Glove Dance competition, and it needs your help to win! If the video can get enough votes they’ll receive $25,000 to donate towards a breast cancer charity of their choosing. Second place will win $10,000, and third place will receive $5,000.

The premise of Pink Glove Dance videos is simple: hospital staff and breast cancer survivors record videos of themselves dancing in pink gloves. The idea grew from one 2009 video of Providence St. Vincent Medical Center staff that quickly went viral. Medline, a healthcare manufacturer, made a competition out of it and has since contributed over one million dollars to breast cancer research.

So how can you help? Here are the steps:

1. Go to:
2. Search for “Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center”
3. Click vote and enter your email address.
5. Share the video on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and wherever else you can!

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