Delta staff dance for charity at LHR T4

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  1. sobore
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    DELTA AIRLINES staff brought Heathrow's Terminal 4 to life as they put on their dancing shoes for charity.

    The 100-strong team of employees from airport operations, sales and finance and the airline's contractors formed part of the Delta Day of Hope, in aid of Cancer Research UK.
    In its first-ever flashmob dance the workforce performed a series of seven routines including moving to Flo Rida's 'Good Feeling', on May 10.

    Surprised passengers swarmed the departures lobby at Heathrow, and watched the workers shimmy, led by Delta's senior vice president for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), Perry Cantarutti.
    Perry said: "We spent the last few months rehearsing for the event. While a lot of us are stepping out of our comfort zone and day-to-day duties, it's a really fun and original way to raise money for such an important cause as cancer research."

    The upbeat move to drum up funds was part of the Delta Day of Hope: a relay of airport-led events at Delta stations worldwide.

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    Thanks for sharing!! I just added it to the London FAQ on FT!!


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