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Imagine a crowd of people in bright blue and white patterned onesies dancing wildly to loud music in the middle of an Italian square. You’d probably be witnessing a T-Cell Haka Flash Mob.
The atmosphere was buzzed the minute the dancers started to appear in their T-Cell Onesies, drawing more than a few second glances from people in the square. Spirits were high and the energy was contagious.
The T-cell warriors formed a sea of blue and white, their strong, bold moves painting a vivid picture of what apatchworks is really fighting for: raising awareness about the war against childhood cancers.
That’s what a T-Cell Haka Flash Mob is all about. Bright smiles and fun times in the midst of battle.
And this isn’t the first time the T-Cell warriors have put on a Flash Mob like this one. The warriors conquered Disneyland Paris with their Haka as well.
All of this was possible due to the vision and hard work of Director Stacey Wilson-McMahon, in cooperation with event planner Charmaine King, and Simona Spaiardi, who managed public relations, sound and video for the event in Italy.