One high school drill team brought a-moo-sement to the new heights.

By Perri Ormont Blumberg
March 9, 2018
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A simple "moo" begins an epic dance competition performance that has now been viewed an impressive 11,500,000+ times and counting on Facebook. Performed by Hallsville, Texas' Bobcat Belles of Hallsville High School, the talented group wowed the audience at a recent competition as they donned Chick-fil-A-inspired cow costumes.

Dancing in unison to a medley spanning multiple genres ranging from pop and hip hop to classical music and '80s rock, we dare you to watch below and not erupt into a giant smile.

According to the Bobcat Belle's website, they "...are the National Grand Champion award winning, precision dance/drill team of Hallsville High School. The Bobcat Belles began in 1979, making them one of the oldest high school drill teams in East Texas."

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Personally, we're thinking somebody in Chick-fil-A's human resources department ought to reach out to hire the Bobcat Belles to help with future marketing efforts.