Thursday, January 24, 2013

Flash mob dances at Vancouver hockey game for anti-bullying

In British Columbia, the Vancouver Giants and over 1,800 students teamed up for promote upcoming Pink Shirt Day on February 27, which has a message to fight bullying.

From The Province:

Various videos of the anti-bullying flash mob that stole the show at the Vancouver Giants' game Sunday are popping up on YouTube.

Just over 1,800 students, all in pink shirts, were part of a dance number in the north end upper deck to One Direction's What Makes You Beautiful.

Giants vice-president of business development Dale Saip said it involved schools from "five or six districts," and Sunday was the first time that the entire group was together.

"It was an amazing amount of work and an amazing production and a tribute to the people who put that together," he said. "We're happy to accommodate and it works well with our message of anti-bullying."

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