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

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.

**All: help raise money for this team! A gofundme link is below. YALL😂 this was seriously performed at my sisters dance competition today. The whole gymnasium was in tears laughing so hard ☠️.... hope you guys enjoy it as much as I did 😂🐮 this was performed by the Bobcat Belles from Hallsville high school! All, huge thanks to David Lisch (http://www.grayreed.com/Our-People/David-Lisch) and the attorneys at Gray Reed & McGraw (http://www.grayreed.com/Home) for helping me successfully negotiate and work with Jukin Media, who will now be promoting the video, to raise money for the dance team!!! David and Gray Reed were prompt to step in and take action and I’m very pleased with their work. I believe they are a full service law firm, so please contact David at dlisch@grayreed.com if you ever need an attorney! https://www.gofundme.com/bobcat-belles-drill-team Jukin Media Verified (Original) For licensing / permission to use: Contact - licensing(at)jukinmediadotcom watch it on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R1Riu1lZRHI&t=17s

Posted by Shelbi Nicole Crawford on Saturday, March 3, 2018

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.