Show your moves with McDonald’s #ShakeShakeIt Dance Challenge

Show your moves with McDonald's #ShakeShakeIt Dance Challenge

The return of McDonald’s Shake Shake Fries in BBQ, Cheesy Butter and Pizza flavors has not only been satisfying customers’ craving, but it’s also got them on their feet!

From August 23 to August 31, show your love for your favorite by busting-a-move with Shake Shake Fries, and join the #ShakeShakeIt dance challenge. Up for grabs is P100,000 cash prize!
1. Upload a video of at least three people shaking and dancing with a Shake Shake Fries bag to the McDo Shake Shake It song.
2. Each participant in the video must be holding one Shake Shake Fries bag.
3. There can be more than three people in the video.

4. Entries must be posted on one Instagram account using the hashtag #ShakeShakeIt and tagging @McDo_PH. Entries that do not use the correct hashtag or tag the correct account are invalid.
5. The Instagram account that posted the entry must be following McDonald’s official Instagram account (@McDo_PH) and must be set to public. Entries uploaded on private accounts will be invalid

6. Participants may submit entries more than once from August 23 to August 31, 11:59pm. One unique video is considered one entry. Multiple uploads of the same video will be counted as one.

7. The McDo Shake Shake It song may be downloaded through Soundcloud or embedded into the video directly using the Dubsmash app by searching “McDo Shake Shake It Song”

8. Entries will be judged according to the following criteria:
Creativity/originality/costumes – 20%
Choreography – 40%
Stage presence and quality – 20%
Product use – 20%

9. One winner will be announced via McDonald’s social media accounts on September 4, 2015.

10. Winner will get P100,000.00 cash tax free.

Don’t miss out on the fun to #ShakeShakeit with your Shake Shake Fries. Submit your entries now.
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