What do you think of when you hear the name “Colin Kaepernick?” Do you think of what he can do with a pigskin? Down-the-wire plays and rushing yards as a college and professional quarterback? Do you think of his activism? Him standing up against police brutality and racial inequality? How his pre-game moments as a San Francisco 49er became the catalyst to athletes, public figures, and fans kneeling to the U.S. national anthem at games around the world?
The Chiefs took home the trophy this Super Bowl, but thousands of others benefited with Miami becoming a stage for the largest celebrity fundraisers in the world.
Super Bowl LIV broke numbers in record attendance as millions of fans and sports experts and players flocked to Miami for Super Bowl LIV.
Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s was held at the Miami Beach Convention Center to celebrate the ultimate fan experience in Miami.
Pepsi Zero Sugar is getting ready to start 2020 with a new look and new attitude. The newly-designed can with a matte black finish and a distinctive black tab is making things sweet with a Super Bowl LIV deal. Pepsi will be giving everyone in America free Pepsi Zero Sugar if the game ends in zero.
Dove Men+Care’s newest sportcare range has some pretty big names involved, but they don’t have the most familiar faces. They’re new group of spokesmen carry the last names Paul, Williams, and Suarez– not the pro athletes, but still inspirational athletes in their own communities. The new campaign is being announced by ESPN reporter Kevin Negandhi, who was enthusiastic to work alongside everyday athletes versus the pros he works with on the daily.
When it comes to vital organs, hearts get all the love, and kidneys get the short end of the stick. So, this March 14th, on World Kidney Day, we’re asking people to #HeartYourKidneys for a change! Make kidney health part of everyday conversations with the same urgency as heart disease, cancer or diabetes. Because if your kidneys stop working, so do you.