Flash Mob at Lindale Mall April 2nd

A flash mob group of teens started dancing in the food court to a song on their CD player on Saturday, April 2nd. They then handed out business cards for a Marion photography business (Image Nouveau) and said to watch for when and where they will strike next. Fun to watch !

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Mob? says ... on Monday, Apr 11 at 9:39 PM

lol! Mob? I think you need more than 4 or 5 people to be considered a mob. Good dancing though.

Howie says ... on Thursday, Apr 7 at 9:34 AM

That smaller girl in the front has some awesome moves! Very fluid. Great job!

Jeff says ... on Tuesday, Apr 5 at 8:57 AM

Wouldn't it be better if you had more of a crowd? I guess these things are more popular and better in the bigger cities!!

jjohnson says ... on Monday, Apr 4 at 1:44 PM

Can't wait to see them again

bob says ... on Monday, Apr 4 at 1:12 PM

Not much of a mob more like a small group, nice moves.

hmatanock says ... on Monday, Apr 4 at 12:22 PM

Looks like fun!

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