The NCAA is giving fans the opportunity to show their basketball school spirit for a chance to win an all-expenses paid trip to the 2015 NCAA Men’s Final Four, gift cards and a $20,000 donation to their favorite Division I school’s scholarship fund. 

Fans can go to ncaa.com/letsdance through Feb. 10 to upload a video that demonstrates the excitement, loyalty and hope they have for their school to perform well during the men’s basketball regular season. Fans can be creative with their videos, which may include dances, chants, tributes and/or other forms of loyalty to their team and school of choice. By voting or submitting videos, fans also have an opportunity to win weekly prizes that include a $500 Amazon gift card.

“The Let’s Dance contest is another fun way for fans to show school spirit during the regular season and it provides an opportunity to keep the basketball excitement, support and momentum going as we lead up to this year’s NCAA Final Four in Indianapolis,” said Keith Martin, NCAA managing director of marketing and broadcast alliances. “Each year, we see fans getting more and more excited. This contest allows them the opportunity to compete for scholarship donations, gift cards and a trip to the Men’s Final Four.”

Fan voters and a panel of celebrity judges, including CBS Sports announcers Allie LaForce and Mateen Cleaves, will judge the first round of videos submitted for the promotion. On Feb. 19, fans will be allowed to vote for their favorite video through March 1, when all votes will be compiled and a winner selected. 

The overall winner will receive the grand prize trip for two to the 2015 NCAA Final Four and a $20,000 donation to the scholarship fund of the Division I school of their choice. Three other winners will be selected and will receive a 40-inch UHD 4k Smart LED TV from NCAA corporate partner LG and a $20,000 donation to the scholarship fund of their favorite Division I school. Thirty-two finalists will receive a $250 Amazon gift card and a $10,000 donation to the scholarship fund of the Division I school of their choice. 

Fans will also see weekly reminders of the Let’s Dance promotion airing on TBS, CBS, TNT and truTV, the exclusive broadcast partners for the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship.