Woburn, Massachusetts (PRWEB) October 20, 2012
On October 27th at 11 am, Athletic Evolution will prepare its turf to put Massachusetts in the Guinness Book of World records for holding the largest Monster Mash. The Monster Mash is the second flash-mob-type choreographed routine by Athletic Evolution, who films the mobs and posts the videos to spread awareness of the debilitating disease - ALS.
The videos, and dances, are all part of a four month campaign by Athletic Evolution to raise funds for ALS research in the name of their friend, Pete Frates, Beverly native and former Boston College Baseball captain recently diagnosed with ALS. At the age of 27, the once collegiate all star can barely throw a baseball.
"The feedback from the first video was great," says Erik Kalyonides, founder of Athletic Evolution, "and that was just our student athletes." He continues, "So many people who aren't even part of the Athletic Evolution family wanted to be in the next one. So, we figured why not make it as big as possible and invite all of Massachusetts to come down and dance for a good cause."
The Monster Mash for ALS will be located at Athletic Evolution's Nike affiliated athlete training facility on Olympia Ave. in Woburn, MA. The event takes place between 11 am and 2 pm. The event is free to the public and will have trick or treating for all! Only a costume and some dance moves are required. The event has submitted to the Guinness Book of World Records for official recognition. To register for the Monster Mash for ALS, please visit http://www.aemonstermash.eventbrite.com.