Local Dancers' Flash Mob Commercial Seen During Super Bowl

Dancers from all over the area who attend United Rhythms in Meriden make for memorable commercial for Yale-New Haven Smilow Cancer Center.


Dancers from all over the area who attend United Rhythms in Meriden were asked to perform in a memorable commercial for the Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven.

The flash mob sprung at Union Station in New Haven debuted just before the Super Bowl and was shown at least one more time during the game.

United Rhythms is owned by husband and wife Fernando and Karen Alers. Dancers from all over the central Connecticut area including Berlin, Rocky Hill, Meriden, Wallingford, Cheshire, Southington, Durham and Middletown train at UR in Meriden.

Enjoy the commercials and the "Making of" videos.

Paul Kischkum February 05, 2013 at 02:21 AM
Keep up the great work everyone at Yale New Haven Hospital, wonderful job to everyone involved making this local statement and a personal shoutout to Carly,,,you go girl!, and to everyone, here's to staying free. (Did I mention "everyone"?)


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