If you see Michael Crabtree dancing after a touchdown, feel free to smile because he is doing some great work for charity.
That’s right. That ditty isn’t just some brash bravado being displayed; it’s a dance that offers help to charity.
Ubisoft has already received help from players Von Miller and LeSean McCoy as they roll out the brand-new “The Hip-Hop Dance Experience.”
Next on the list is star San Francisco 49ers receiver Michael Crabtree.
Just like Miller and McCoy, anytime Crabtree busts out his new move inspired by the video game, Ubisoft and The Hip Hop Dance Experience will make a charitable donation to the Boys & Girls Club.
The receiver spoke out on what it meant to finally have his very own move he can go to when he finds the end zone, via Ubisoft Press Release.
Back in the day, I remember watching guys like Deion Sanders and Terrell Owens score touchdowns and being just as excited to watch their celebration dances as I was to see them score,” Michael Crabtree said. “I’m hyped to finally have my own signature move that blends my southern Texas roots with some of that San Francisco Bay Area flavor.
If you want to follow his lead and mimic the dance, take a look at the video made available by Ubisoft.
We once again applaud the video game producers for finding an inventive way to get some cash to charities while entertaining fans of dance and football.
We look forward to seeing more of the 25-year-old getting into the end zone, dancing some money into a great organization.
That makes them some powerful moves.
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