My weekly quest to jump over different items (and sometimes people) takes me to the corner of Park Center and Broadway in front of Chick-Fil-A. Our amazing Promotions Director Jorge E let us know that the Boise State Dance Marathon team was raising money for an excellent organization; the St Luke's Children's Hospital. Anything having to do with community or kids, we are there. So we packed up the station and started a live broadcast.

Without letting the moment escape, I saw two twins (members of the dance team) and instantly knew what had to happen. Did I have a waiver? No. Did I have my appropriate twin jumping attire with me? No. But what I did have was spunk, and a sugar rush from a half-eaten Snickers bar I bought from the break room vending machine.

 

Once the twins agreed to participate, the pressure mounted. Usually, my epic jumps are completed in private. I had an audience, and I didn't want to disappoint. Can Lucky Jump It; watch the video to see what happened.

More Information On The Boise State Dance Marathon:

  • Boise state Dance Marathon is a student organization that puts on a 17 hour long event to raise money for St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital.
  • The goal for this year is $190,000.
  • The event takes place Feb 23 at 3pm-8am the next day.
    BSUDM has raised a quarter million dollars for the children’s hospital in the last 6 years.
  • Text BOISE to 51555 for more information or to donate.