THE MOB MUSEUM WINS NATIONAL ROUND OF MUSEUM DANCE OFF;
INTERNATIONAL FINAL ROUND VOTING TAKING PLACE NOW THROUGH
TUESDAY, MAY 9, 5 A.M. PACIFIC TIME
Popular Museum blog, When You Work at a Museum, hosts an annual, international Museum Dance-Off and, in its inaugural year of participating, The Mob Museum – The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, has won the national round, qualifying it to advance to the International Finals of the competition. Voting began today, Monday, May 8, at 5 a.m. Pacific Time and will continue for 24 hours.
A record 41 museums from around the world participated in this year’s competition and voting has narrowed it down to just four finalists, with The Mob Museum representing the United States.
Mob Museum staff members at every level of the organization, as well as Museum Members and volunteers, choreographed, rehearsed and filmed a Mob-history-inspired dance routine that perfectly captures the passion and enthusiasm Museum team members bring to their workplace every day.
While voting remains open, Nevadans are encouraged to share the link below with friends and family and vote often on the When You Work at a Museum website. Anyone can vote, from anywhere in the world. No registration is required. Visit http://www.whenyouworkatamuseum.com/ for updates and to check out the other museums competing. Follow The Mob Museum on Twitter for live updates: @TheMobMuseum.
The Mob Museum’s Dance-Off Team (comprised entirely of Museum staff members, volunteers and Museum Members)
WATCH THE MOB MUSEUM’S VIDEO HERE:
Monday, May 8, 5 a.m. Pacific Time until
5 a.m. Pacific Time Tuesday, May 9