Gwinnett Medical Center Dances, Sings to End Cancer in Pink Glove Contest
Gwinnett Medical Center hopes its dance video is the winner of a first-place prize of $10,000, which will be donated to a charity of its choice.
For a second year in a row, Gwinnett Medical Center is throwing its pink gloves in the ring for Medline Industries' annual contest aimed at raising awareness about breast cancer.
The clinical staff put together its video for the Pink Glove Dance Competition with no assistance from the hospital's marketing department. It features hundreds of hospital employees, volunteers and physicians "honoring the breast cancer survivors we serve," the team said in its contest statement.
"Our amazing community inspires us every day and we hope that this video inspires them," the statement also read.
Winners of the contest will be chosen by community votes. Voting is open until midnight on Nov. 2.
The winner will get $10,000 to donate to the nonprofit of its choice. Second place receives $5,000, and third place receives $2,000. Gwinnett Medical Center has chosen the American Cancer Society.
Click here to go to the Pink Glove Dance Competition website and cast your vote.