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After throwing off their grandma costumes, the dancers performed a swing routine to raise awareness about the costs of long term care. (Source: 3in4 Need More)

Dancing “grandmas” mobbed Times Square yesterday, kicking off a nationwide tour and contest to help those caring for aging parents and loved ones.

Dancers dressed as seniors — complete with grey wigs and canes — surprised the crowd with a waltz, then threw off their costumes to start swing dancing. The event launched a national awareness campaign to educate Americans about planning for long term care.

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