Visit YouTube.com/Macys For The Chance To Win Big With Macy's $50,000 All-School Lip Dub Challenge This Back-to-School Season. (Photo: Business Wire)

Beyond great fashion for back-to-school, Macy’s is giving students a reason to cheer with exciting events and contests kicking off this season. Beginning in September, schools across the country can submit a one-take lip-dub video, performed to a remix of the classic hit “Be True to Your School,” for a chance to win Macy’s $50,000 All-School Lip Dub Challenge. Macy’s will also be rolling into college campuses nationwide to shuttle students to shopping parties at local Macy’s locations where they will browse the latest fashions and receive mini-manicures and makeovers.
Visit YouTube.com/Macys for the chance to win big with Macy's $50,000 All-School Lip Dub Challenge t ...

Visit YouTube.com/Macys for the chance to win big with Macy's $50,000 All-School Lip Dub Challenge this Back-to-School season. (Photo: Business Wire)

“The back-to-school season is always a special time for families, and Macy’s loves being part of that excitement each year as our customers’ one-stop shopping destination,” said Martine Reardon, Macy’s chief marketing officer. “This year, we’re taking the fun up a notch with engaging new events, contests and promotions that include everything from the opportunity for schools to win big cash prizes for showing off their school spirit to shopping parties for college students at schools nationwide.”

Macy’s $50,000 All-School Lip Dub Challenge

Does your school have what it takes to be the champions of Macy’s All-School Lip Dub Challenge? This fall, Macy’s is inviting the students, faculty and staff of elementary, middle, high schools and college to submit their one-take lip dub video, performed to singer/songwriter Tim Myers’ version of The Beach Boys classic song “Be True to Your School.” The winning entry will be awarded $25,000, followed by $15,000 for second place, with the third place winner taking home $10,000 for their school.

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