The Sigmas at Morehouse are out here WINNING!
We recently started the weekly Watch The Yard InstaStroll Competition to see which org and chapter was holding it down the most on the Gram when it comes to strolling. For our first contest, we posted a group of stroll videos from across the nation to our Instagram account of over 91,000 followers on Monday and waited to see which video garnered the most views, comments and likes.
The video that brought in first place was from @6_Solo and @zhalengray, two Sigmas from the Chi Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma at Morehouse in Atlanta. On Thursday morning when this article was written, their stroll had brought in over 21,600 views and over 2,000 likes.
Their video swept the competition with their closest contenders being 10,000 views behind them.
Check out their video below!
If you would like to compete in next week’s Watch The Yard InstaStroll contest, send us a video by Monday by posting it to your public Instagram account and DMing it to @WatchTheYard. We will pick our favorite strolls, post them to our page and then let our tens of thousands of greek followers decide the winner.
(Note: We will only accept videos that have @WatchTheYard tagged in the caption)
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