Manhattan Beach, CA (PRWEB) February 15, 2013
Embracing the latest Youtube sensation, SENSA® Products, LLC has launched its own take on the “Harlem Shake.” Over 40 SENSA® employees joined in on the dance craze and showed off some serious shaking. Spoofing the viral video was a natural choice for the team, given that the SENSA® core product allows users to lose weight by shaking SENSA® Tastants on their food.
The 30-second viral phenomenon is traced to a video uploaded by video blogger “Filthy Frank” on January 30, 2013. Within days of its release, the video spawned thousands of parodies, leading to a combined 44+ million plays. The memes all follow the same format of one person gyrating to DJ Baauer’s “Harlem Shake” song amongst disinterested bystanders; the video then cuts to the bystanders joining in on the fun with their own unique dance moves.
“We’re proud to stay ahead of the curve with the latest social media trends here at SENSA® and of course, the ‘Harlem Shake’ is no exception,” said Taryn Aronson, Director of Outreach, SENSA® Products, LLC. “With over 300,000 Facebook fans and nearly 1 million mySENSA® Community Members, we are constantly generating fresh, new content to keep our users engaged and inspired. We strive to bring some fun into our users’ weight-loss journeys.”
Check out the SENSA® rendition of “Harlem Shake” for some entertainment: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4Vc7gIl65Q&feature=youtu.be
SENSA® is a leading weight-loss tool and lifestyle brand that has helped hundreds of thousands of people lose weight without traditional dieting, stimulants or pills. Based on 25 years of research and testing from Dr. Alan Hirsch, this revolutionary weight-loss system uses science and your sense of smell to help you lose weight. Dr. Hirsch spearheaded one of the largest studies on a non-prescription weight loss product where 1436 people lost an average of 30.5 pounds in only six months. For more information or to order the SENSA® Weight-Loss System, visit http://www.sensa.com or http://www.facebook.com/Sensa.