If you have a Diversity fan at home then this fantastic competition is right up their street.
Dance troupe Diversity’s Perri, the group’s youngest member, was recently caught on camera pulling out a truly unique move to the surprise of the rest of the team whilst training for the Butlins Dance with Diversity breaks.
When asked by the Butlins team what his new move was called, Perri was stumped on a name for his groove but claims it has the potential to be the new dance move for 2015.
What’s up for grabs?
So Butlins is turning to Diversity fans across the UK to help name that move in a new #CaptionThatAction challenge. The more original, funny and creative the name, the better – and the winning entrant will receive a trip to a Butlins Dance with Diversity break next year, with a personalised photo invitation from the boys themselves.
These breaks, completely unique to Butlin, feature the all-new Diversity Academy, where budding dance stars will be coached personally by the guys, getting a face-to-face street dance master class with their heroes.
Diversity will also be performing in a show per day on the breaks, featuring beatboxing and a Live DJ, with never-seen before routines totally exclusive to the resorts.
How to get involved
Name this dance move
To enter the competition simply submit your name for the dance move above on Twitter tagging @Butlins and using #CaptionThatAction or post it on http://www.Facebook.com/Butlins.
But there’s no stopping there!
To enter a second draw just include @mrsshilts in your tweet or Facebook entry and you have a chance to win £80 worth of Diversity merchandise and £20 worth of Butlins merchandise.
For more information on how to enter the competition visit www.butlins.com/captionthataction
The closing date for applications is midnight on 30th November 2014. Five runners-up will receive Butlins merchandise. The Dance with Diversity Shows are included in the price of a break and the Academies cost £20 per person. Good luck!
Disclaimer: I have been compensated for hosting this competition.