REEBOK CELEBRATES STRONG WOMEN INSPIRING OTHERS TO BE THEIR BEST SELVES
BOSTON, Mass. – July 16, 2018 – Today, global fitness leader Reebok launches a multi-faceted campaign celebrating women who are helping bring positive change to the world – each in their own unique way. The campaign is the latest evolution of the brand’s Be More Human rally cry, which encourages people to be the best possible version of themselves physically, mentally and socially.
Featured in the campaign are artists and athletes including Gal Gadot, Danai Gurira, Gigi Hadid, Ariana Grande, Nathalie Emmanuel and Katrin Davidsdottir, who each tell their own personal story of overcoming barriers to become their best self. They are featured alongside women who have built organizations that are empowering females and making history, including Reese Scott, Founder of Women’s World of Boxing; Shannon Kim Wagner, Founder of the Women’s Strength Coalition; Jenny Gaither, Founder and CEO of Movemeant Foundation; and Yelda Ali, Founder of Camel Assembly.
With this campaign, Reebok is not only revisiting its heritage of being a women’s-focused brand, but more importantly celebrating strong women with powerful voices, who are inspiring others to action – at a time when action is needed.
brand helped usher in a new fitness movement, led by women, that changed culture and made it ok for women to sweat and have muscles. We are still at it today, developing innovative product for women, by women, and encouraging females to experience the physical, mental and social transformation that happens when we move – the essence of our Be More Human philosophy.”
In the fully-integrated campaign, the use of bold, graphic type brings to life the women’s words, personalizing each of their inspirational messages. Consumers can meet the powerful women featured in the campaign at www.Reebok.com/bemorehuman as well as learn how to get involved in the grassroots organizations driving change for women.
Two organizations are specifically supported by the campaign, the Movemeant Foundation and The Women’s Strength Coalition. To support these organizations, Reebok is releasing ten different limited-edition shirts – each featuring an inspirational message from one of the women featured in the campaign. From July 15 - December 31, 2018 or while supplies last, Reebok will donate 100% of the purchase price (excluding taxes and shipping) from the sale of each shirt, to be split equally, to these organizations.
In addition, consumers who want to participate in other ways can ‘Donate in Sweat,’ with Reebok offering two unique avenues of participation. Consumers can either participate through social media by posting to Instagram or Twitter an original picture of themselves working out and tag their photo with #BeMoreHuman, or attend a select Reebok ‘Donate in Sweat’ event.Participation will result in Reebok making a donation to the two organizations. The social media program is capped at 2,500 posts. Complete details can be found on Reebok.com.
“Since the beginning of our partnership, we knew that Reebok has always been deeply committed to encouraging everyone to push through barriers to become their best,” said Will McGinness, Executive Creative Director at Venables Bell & Partners. “This latest effort is another chapter in the Be More Human narrative and recognizes an important moment in time to celebrate powerful women who are creating such positive change for themselves and for the world around them.”
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