Scale Back Alabama announces team name winners - WTVM.com-Columbus, GA News Weather & Sports

  • WHICH IS YOUR FAVORITE SCALE BACK ALABAMA TEAM NAME?

  • Thank you for participating in our poll. Here are the results so far:

    Baby Got Back No Mo!
    5%
    19 votes
    Bama Badankudonks
    3%
    15 votes
    Been There Lost That
    13%
    57 votes
    Fattitude Adjustment
    11%
    49 votes
    In It to Thin It
    21%
    96 votes
    MADD (Men Against Dunkin' Donuts)
    8%
    38 votes
    No Behinds Left Behind
    7%
    31 votes
    Slenderellas
    10%
    47 votes
    We Are Never, Ever, Ever Getting Fat Together!
    7%
    30 votes
    We're Phat...Ain't Nobody Got Time for That
    15%
    70 votes
  • Scale Back Alabama teams named

Scale Back Alabama announces team name winners

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The votes have been cast, and the team taking the title of first place in the Scale Back Alabama Most Creative Team Name Contest is "Baby Got Back No Mo!".

A panel of statewide media judges selected ten names from nearly 7,000 statewide. Those ten were then placed on the Scale Back Alabama website to be voted on by the public March 8-18.

Taking second place honors was "We are never, ever, ever, getting fat together!".

Prizes include $100 each for members of the first-place team and $50 each for the second-place team members. 

Scale Back Alabama is a free statewide weight-loss contest designed to help Alabamians get healthier by losing weight and exercising more. The Most Creative Team Name Contest is in its third year and has been a popular addition to the program.

Its purpose is to increase camaraderie among team members and provide a way they can have fun while encouraging each other to achieve healthier lifestyle goals. The ten finalists in this year's contest included:

  • Baby Got Back No Mo!
  • Bama Badankudonks
  • Been There Lost That
  • Fattitude Adjustment
  • In It To Thin It
  • MADD (Men Against Dunkin' Donuts)
  • No Behinds Left Behind
  • Slenderellas
  • We are never, ever, ever getting fat together!
  • We're Phat… Ain't Nobody Got Time For That
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