The students at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Cleveland and the Shaker (Ohio) Dance Academy have been working on their moves for weeks.
The dancers, ranging in age from 8 to 18, entertained shoppers at the Tower City Center in Cleveland by breaking into song and dance in an effort to explain what LeBron James means to them. The flash mob, which performed Bonnie Tyler's "More Than a Hero," was part of the "More Than a Player" campaign to convince LeBron James to stay with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The organization, a single-purpose "grassroots group," also posts testimonies from community members and created LeBron James Appreciation Day, which was scheduled for June 18. You can find them on Facebook and Twitter.
No word on yet if the dance moves were enough to keep LeBron in Cleveland