Custom bandana company, Hoo-Rag, announced its first retail location yesterday at White’s Tackle in Ft. Pierce, Florida by filming their own rendition of the first viral meme of 2013, the Harlem Shake.
Over the past couple of days the internet has exploded with the first viral video phenomenon of 2013, the Harlem Shake. Today at White’s Tackle in Ft. Pierce, Florida, local fishermen and Hoo-Rag decided to create their own edition of dancing chaos - it is absolutely hilarious as are the other viral ‘Harlem Shake’ videos being uploaded to YouTube every few minutes.
The origin of the Harlem Shake meme and viral video madness all stem from Baauer, a 23-year-old producer who is tearing up the club scene in New York City is quickly becoming a household name as he continues his quest to spread "trap music" worldwide – Baauer produced the track that is being played in all of the YouTube videos.
Do you have your own version of the 'Harlem Shake' meme? Did you enjoy the White’s Tackle & Hoo-Rag collaboration? Comment Below!
Learn more about South Florida company, Hoo-Rag, and their custom seamless bandanas by visiting www.hoorag.com.
For more information on Baauer, check out him out on Facebook.
If you are a fisherman living in South Florida, be sure to stop by White’s Tackle in Ft. Pierce or check them out online at www.whitestackle.com.