First there was Ales for Alzheimer's and now cheerleaders for breast cancer... I like it....By Bob DeMarco
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Over 136 NFL Cheerleaders, some of them breast cancer survivors, got together to create a dance routine to benefit the Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
When Team Ra-Ras Kicks Breast Cancer reaches 5 million views, UnitedHealthcare of Pennsylvania will donate $50,000, to the Philadelphia Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure to empower the fight against breast cancer. At 8 million views, UHC will donate another $50,000. For the first million views, UHC has already contributed $100,000 for this inspiring, powerful campaign.
Maybe we could get 136 Dotties together and make our own video. Dotty says, lets do it.
Dotty is kinda cute in a leotard.
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