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NCAA.com | February 23, 2015

Fan voting begins for top video in NCAA Let’s Dance campaign

Fans voting is underway to select the best video that shows excitement, team loyalty and school spirit in Division I basketball with the NCAA “Let’s Dance” campaign.  Fans can go to www.ncaa.com/letsdance through March 1 to vote for their favorite video.

The promotion gives fans the opportunity to show their talent and compete for college and athletic conference bragging rights during the regular season.  It connects to March Madness, which many refer to as “The Dance.”  Fans were encouraged to be creative with their submissions, which could include dances, tributes and/or other forms of loyalty to their team and school of choice.

This year’s video submissions represent 16 Division I athletic conferences.  Finalists include fan bases from the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Big Sky Conference, the Big South Conference, the Big 10 Conference, the Big West Conference, Conference USA, the Horizon League, the Mid-American Conference, the Missouri Valley Conference, the Mountain West Conference, the Pac 12 Conference, the Southeastern Conference, the Southern Conference, the Southland Conference, the Summit League, and the West Coast Conference.  

The winning videos will be announced in early March.  The grand prize winner receives a trip for two to the 2015 NCAA Men’s Final Four and a $20,000 donation to the scholarship fund of the Division I school of his or her designated school.  In addition to the grand prize, other prizes and awards include 40” UHD 4k Smart LED TVs from NCAA corporate partner LG and $250 gift cards.  Finalists will also have an opportunity to make donations to the scholarship fund of his or her designated school. 

Fans will see reminders to vote for their favorite video on TBS, CBS, TNT and truTV.  CBS Sports and Turner Sports are the exclusive broadcast partners for the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament.

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