Vote for Port Huron Hospital in the Pink Gove Dance Competition

Pink Glove Dance for Women's Wellness

Port Huron Hospital has joined hundreds of hospitals across the country in the effort to raise awareness of breast cancer and support breast cancer research. Medline’s National Pink Glove Dance Video Competition, which began in 2009, has quickly become a social media phenomenon.  More than 80,000 people have participated, with videos generating millions of views and votes. In September, Port Huron Hospital, along with our community partner RadioFirst, produced its own 90-second video and entered the 2013 Medline Pink Glove Dance Competition for a  chance to win and donate the $25,000 prize to the  American Cancer Society for breast cancer research.

Port Huron Hospital's video features approximately 175 employees, physicians and community  participants dancing to the song “Change the World” by Outasight.  All dancers are wearing pink exam gloves to raise awareness about the importance of early detection of breast cancer through mammograms. To win the competition, Port Huron Hospital needs to win the most votes.

Vote for Port Huron Hospital's Pink Glove Dance Video!

To vote for Port Huron Hospital’s video, click on the link below. Voting starts Friday, October 25, 2013, at 1 p.m. EST and continues through November 8, 2013. There is a limit of one vote per email address per video per day. The winners will be announced November 15.

 

Voting starts at 1 p.m. Today - Vote for Port Huron Hospital's Pink Glove Dance video! 

 

History of the Pink Glove Dance:

The original Pink Glove Dance video premiered in November 2009 and featured 200 Portland, Oregon hospital workers wearing pink gloves and dancing in support of breast cancer awareness and prevention. Today the video has more than 13.8 million views on YouTube® and has inspired hundreds of pink glove dance videos and breast cancer awareness events throughout the world. Because of the overwhelming response to the original video, a sequel was produced in October 2010 featuring 4,000 healthcare workers and breast cancer survivors throughout North America.

About Medline:

As the nation’s largest privately held manufacturer and distributor of medical supplies, Medline is focused on helping to improve the quality of care for patients and residents. Breast cancer awareness is a natural extension of Medline’s corporate mission to help save lives through the early detection of breast cancer. Based in Mundelein, Illinois, Medline manufactures and distributes more than 350,000 products to hospitals, extended care facilities, physician offices, surgery centers, home care dealers and agencies and other markets.