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Nike’s new Colin Kaepernick jersey commemorating four years since he took a knee sells out in less than a minute
Nike’s new all-black Colin Kaepernick jersey that commemorates four years since he first took a knee during the national anthem sold out in less than a minute, the sports apparel company told CBS News on Friday. The kneeling protests inspired by Kaepernick are meant to bring attention to police brutality and racial injustice.
Nike unveiled the monochromatic Icon Jersey 2.0 for $150 on Thursday morning – and it sold out within seconds. The company said on its website that the number 7 jersey pays homage to Kaepernick’s kneeling protests and it has “become an iconic symbol for progress and positive change.”
Kaepernick, who wore the number as a member of the San Francisco 49ers, talked about the significance of the jersey in an Instagram post.
“Four years ago, I took a knee to protest against systemic racism and social injustice. It was that day that the number on my jersey would come to represent something greater than football, something greater than me,” he wrote on Thursday. “Since then, the number 7 jersey has become a symbol for advancing the liberation and well-being of Black & Brown communities. Thank you for staying True.”
A Nike spokesperson told CBS News that company policy prevents it from disclosing the number of units sold. While the jersey still isn’t available on Nike’s website as of Friday, it appeared on eBay for hundreds of dollars more than it was originally.
It’s not the first time a Kaepernick-related product did well for Nike. Last year, Kaepernick wrote that the first Icon Jersey sold out shortly after being released. In 2018, the Kaepernick Icon Tee sold out online in a couple hours, according to his tweet.
The former 49ers quarterback, who remains unsigned, recently ripped the NFL’s social justice initiatives as “propaganda.” He also accused the league of “blackballing” free agent safety Eric Reid, who joined Kaepernick in his sideline protests.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell admitted in June that the league was “wrong” in taking so long to acknowledge the message behind the kneeling protests. Since then, the NFL has taken largely symbolic steps like allowing racial justice messages in end zones and on helmets and T-shirts. In an interview last month, Goodell said he should have “listened earlier” to Kaepernick.
Colin Kaepernick: Nike makes NFL ‘taking a knee’ activist face of ‘Just Do It’ 30th anniversary ad campaign | The Independent
Colin Kaepernick has been revealed as one of the faces of Nike’s new “Just Do It” ad campaign, two years after kneeling during the United States national anthem to protest against racial injustice.
The 30-year-old quarterback, who opted out of his contract with the San Francisco 49ers in 2017 and remains unaffiliated to any NFL team, tweeted a black-and-white photo of himself featuring the Nike logo and “Just Do It” slogan as well as a quote: “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.”
Nike retweeted Kaepernick’s post, but representatives for Kaepernick and the NFL have not yet commented.
“We believe Colin is one of the most inspirational athletes of this generation, who has leveraged the power of sport to help move the world forward,” said Gino Fisanotti, a Nike vice president of brand for North America, according to ESPN.
Nike has endorsed Kaepernick since 2011 but has not featured him in campaigns since his departure from the NFL.
The decision to feature Kaepernick so prominently in the advertising campaign for the 30th anniversary of Nike’s “Just Do It” motto is likely to prompt a reaction from some NFL fans, as well as President Donald Trump, who has said he would love to see NFL owners fire football players who disrespected the American flag.
News of Nike’s ad campaign broke just days before the first game of the NFL season on Thursday, when the controversy over pre-game protests could flare anew.
This season, the NFL has adopted a rule requiring all players to stand during the anthem, although it gave them the option of staying off the field until the ceremony was over. Even so, the protests have persisted through the preseason and the NFL has said it is in discussions with the players union on the policy.
In 2016, Kaepernick became the first NFL player to take a knee in protest of growing racial disharmony across the United States, including police shootings and instances of police brutality
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Terrance Smith #48, Eric Fisher #72, Demetrius Harris #84, and Cameron Erving #75 of the Kansas City Chiefs is seen taking a knee before the game against the Los Angeles Chargers at the StubHub Center on 24 September, 2017 in Carson, California
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Members of the Dallas Cowboys link arms and kneel during the National Anthem before the start of the NFL game against the Arizona Cardinals at the University of Phoenix Stadium on 25 September, 2017 in Glendale, Arizona
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Bruce Maxwell of the Oakland Athletics kneels as teammate Mark Canha #20 places his hand on Maxwell’s shoulder during the singing of the National Anthem before their MLB American League baseball game against the Seattle Mariners at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in Oakland, California on 25 September 2017
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Members of the Oakland Unified School District Honor Band kneel as they perform the national anthem before a MLB American League baseball game between the Oakland Athletics and the Seattle Mariners at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in Oakland, California on 25 September, 2017
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Samaje Perine #32 and Chris Carter #55 of the Washington Redskins hold hands as they stand and kneel in unison during the national anthem before playing against the Oakland Raiders at FedExField on 24 September, 2017 in Landover, Maryland
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Meghan Linsey, a former contestant on “The Voice,” kneels after singing the national anthem before the start of the Tennessee Titans and Seattle Seahawks football game at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee on 24 September, 2017
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The Los Angeles Chargers are seen during national anthem before the game against the Kansas City Chiefs at the StubHub Center on 24 September, 2017 in Carson, California
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Nick Kyrgios of Team World joined NFL stars from Wembley by dropping his knee before his Laver Cup match with Roger Federer today during his mens singles match against Roger Federer of Team Europe on the final day of the Laver cup on 24 September, 2017 in Prague, Czech Republic
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Laremy Tunsil #67, Maurice Smith #27 and Julius Thomas #89 kneel with Jarvis Landry #14 of the Miami Dolphins during the National Anthem prior to an NFL game against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium on 24 September, 2017 in East Rutherford, New Jersey
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Wide Receivers Mike Evans #13, and DeSean Jackson #11, take a knee during the national anthem before the game against the Minnesota Vikings on 24 September, 2017 at U. S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Denver Broncos players kneel during the American National Anthem before an NFL game against the Buffalo Bills on 24 September, 2017 at New Era Field in Orchard Park, New York
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Buffalo Bills players kneel during the American National anthem before an NFL game against the Denver Broncos on 24 September, 2017 at New Era Field in Orchard Park, New York
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Colin Kaepernick #7 and Eric Reid #35 of the San Francisco 49ers kneel in protest during the national anthem prior to playing the Los Angeles Rams in their NFL game at Levi’s Stadium on September 12, 2016 in Santa Clara, California. The kneel began as a protest against police killing people of colour
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Megan Rapinoe #15 kneels during the National Anthem prior to the match between the United States and the Netherlands at Georgia Dome on 18 September, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia
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“I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people, and people of colour,” Kaepernick said in a press conference after first sitting out during the anthem. “To me, this is bigger than football, and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street, and people getting paid leave, and getting away with murder.”
Mr Trump’s anger towards the protesting players prompted more to join, in-turn morphing the demonstration into something of direct resistance to his administration’s handling of race issues.
Additional reporting by agencies
Nike takes a knee, and embarrasses a nation – Lowell Sun
It’s a good thing Nike was not around during the American Revolution.
If the ciphers who run the shoe company were in charge back then we’d all be bowing to Queen Elizabeth and carrying Prince William’s luggage around, which includes Meghan Markle, the Duchesse of Essex, Sussex, Middlesex, Wessex and Whatever.
Blimey, these blokes are so bad that they can’t even stand up for the American flag, let alone to the fuzzy-brained Colin Kaepernick, who is doing for Nike what he did for the San Francisco 49ers: help them lose.
This guy, a journeyman quarterback without a map, spent more time on his knees than he did on his feet. That was when he chose to kneel instead of stand during the NFL playing of the National Anthem to protest racism and police brutality.
After the team dumped him, and no other team would touch him, he filed a grievance against the NFL and naturally won an undisclosed settlement. He then hooked up with Nike and became what is described as a Nike “endorser,” whatever that is.
But whatever it is, Kaepernick has pull with the guilt-ridden white bread people and institutions that own the lucrative sneaker company that sells its overpriced sneakers to millions of minority youth.
That is why Kaepernick got Nike to call back its red, white and blue Air Max 1 sneaker featuring the “Betsy Ross” flag on the back. The flag, features 13 stars on it, representing each of the 13 original colonies that rebelled against the tyranny of English King George, beginning the American Revolution.
It was allegedly sewn together by upholsterer Betsy Ross in 1776 and brought to the Continental Congress in Philadelphia by Gen. George Washington.
Reports had it that Kaepernick, who was the center of Nike’s 2018 “Just Do It” 30th anniversary ad campaign, objected to use of the flag because to him it has slavery connotations.
The Wall Street Journal, which broke the story, said, “After images of the shoe were posted on line, Mr. Kaepernick, a Nike endorser, reached out to company officials saying that he and others felt the Betsy Ross flag is an offensive symbol because of its connection to slavery.”
So, the company ditched the shoe on the eve of the Fourth of July holiday, which celebrates the birth of the nation.
Sandra Carreon-John, a Nike spokesperson, said “Nike made the decision to halt distribution of Air Max 1 Quick Strike (on the) Fourth of July based on concerns that it could unintentionally offend and detract from the nation’s patriotic holiday. ” Well, it did.
It is true that the horrible institution of slavery was legal back then. Washington and Thomas Jefferson, as well as other Founders of the country, were slaveholders.
It is also true that, as flawed as they were, the Founders also put together an amazing document that led to the creation of the freest, most democratic and successful nation in history.
Had the executives at Nike had any stones, they could have at least come up with a compromise.
That compromise could have had the Betsy Ross flag on the back of the shoes replaced by the flag of the Union Army which, under President Abraham Lincoln, defeated the southern Confederate states, in the bloody Civil War and freed the slaves.
This is the flag, originally made up of 33 stars — one for each then existing state — that was adopted by the Union Army at the start of the Civil War in 1861.
While Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation theoretically ending slavery in 1863, it took the Union Army’s final defeat of the Confederacy to bring that realty about.
The Union Army suffered some 360,000 casualties during the Civil War. Some 110,000 young men, mostly farmers, were killed in combat during fighting most horrible, while another 225,000 died from various diseases or in prison camps. Untold thousands returned home with serious wounds, mental as well as physical.
Those who did return often found their farms and jobs gone. Work was difficult to find if you only had one arm or one leg, as was not uncommon.
Many of those white boys who fought were as poor as the blacks they fought to free.
Yet, they did their duty to end the abomination of slavery.
We all know there is more to be done to bring about equality for all. On second thought, though, Nike should refrain from using the Union flag to sell sneakers. Those boys deserve better.
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Nike commemorates 4 years since Colin Kaepernick took a knee with a new jersey, sell out in seconds
In an attempt to commemorate the four years since NFL’s Colin Kaepernick took a knee to protest against racism, Nike has launched an all-black jersey which sold out within seconds of its release, CBS reported.
Four years ago, the then ‘San Francisco 49ers’ quarterback had knelt during the American national anthem.
The Nike ‘Icon Jersey 2.0’ which was released to commemorate Kerpernick’s iconic kneel, went on sale on the morning of September 17. It retails at $150.
On its website, Nike says that Kaepernick’s mode of protest has “become an iconic symbol for progress and positive change.”
Kaepernick-themed products released by the sportswear giant Nike have a history of selling out rapidly. Last year, a Kaepernick-themed Icon Jersey sold out shortly after release and in 2018 the Icon tee sold out in a couple of hours.
“Four years ago, I took a knee to protest against systemic racism and social injustice. It was that day that the number on my jersey would come to represent something greater than football, something greater than me,” Kaepernick wrote Thursday in a post on Instagram.
The former 49ers quarterback has not played in the league since the end of the 2016 NFL season. He had, however, filed a lawsuit against the NFL accusing it of blackballing him and teammate Eric Reid. Later a financial settlement was reached between both parties.
“While the NFL runs propaganda about how they care about Black Life, they are still actively blackballing Eric Reid (@E_Reid35) for fighting for the Black community,” Kaepernick tweeted. “Eric set 2 franchise records last year and is one of the best defensive players in the league.”
While the NFL runs propaganda about how they care about Black Life, they are still actively blackballing Eric Reid (@E_Reid35) for fighting for the Black community. Eric set 2 franchise records last year, and is one of the best defensive players in the league. https://t.co/KQXTaOCcnU
— Colin Kaepernick (@Kaepernick7) September 13, 2020
What is the Colin Kaepernick Nike boycott and what is the ‘Just Do It’ anniversary advert?
OUTRAGED Americans called for a boycott of Nike gear after the sports giant included controversial NFL player Colin Kaepernick in its 30th-anniversary campaign.
Social media was flooded with images of people burning their clothing and trainers, alongside the rise of the #BoycottNike Twitter tag.
6Colin Kaepernick was the first NFL player to kneel instead of stand for the American national anthemCredit: AP:Associated Press
What is the Nike-Colin Kaepernick boycott?
Thousands of Americans used social media to register their outrage at one of the faces included in Nike’s 30th-anniversary campaign.
Many threatened to burn their Nike clothing and trainers after it was revealed that Nike had signed up controversial kneeling quarterback Colin Kaepernick to be part of its Just Do It campaign.
The online backlash since Nike unveiled him as one of the chosen athletes has been aggressive and non-stop.
Nike retweeted a photo of the former San Francisco 49ers player with the tagline: “Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything.”
6Credit: TwitterPeople burn Nike trainers in anger at NFL star Colin Kaepernick who led pre-game anthem kneeling protests – becoming face of new ad campaign
While many commented underneath supporting his stance, the vast majority were less forgiving, with one saying: “Big mistake Nike!”
Larra, who describes herself as a “full-time softball mom”, went on: “My family will not be buying, wearing, or speaking the name Nike.
“Kneeling during the National Anthem is unacceptable… The soldiers that died to maintain his rights deserve his respect.”
She was not the only one with social media awash with videos of Americans chucking expensive sneakers into furnaces.
Sean Clancy posted a video of his pristine white Nike shoes in flames with the words: “Since when did the American flag and National Anthem become so offensive?”
Another self-professed conservative was seen throwing his trainers into an outdoor furnace, adding: “Nike, due to your support of Colin Kaepernick in your coming ads, I as an American can no longer support your company.”
Coach Trotter uploaded an ominous pic of himself waving an electric flame over dozens of running shoes, saying: “Can’t believe Nike would do such a thing.”
How did it affect Nike’s share price?
The Oregon-based company saw its share price affected on September 4 as the call for a boycott spread.
Nike’s share price fell by more than three per cent.
By September 7 its shares opened the day at just over $80 and hit a high of $81.16 at around midday but has fallen off since and is currently trading at $80.30, slightly above its opening price.
By September 12 the stock was back up to its trading level before the Kaepernick sell-off began.
But its share price is still up by around 27 per cent since the start of the year.
Its market capitalisation is around $128.52billion.
The company was originally founded in January 1964 as Blue Ribbon Sports by Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight.
It became Nike Inc in May 1971.
Knight is the company’s chairman emeritus while Mark Parker is the chairman, president and CEO.
Andrew Campion is the chief financial officer.
What is the NFL national anthem debate?
The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback divided the country when he refused to stand and instead knelt during the national anthem in several NFL games in the 2016 season to protest racial inequality in the country.
The 30-year-old’s protest also focused on police violence against African-Americans, and is an open supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement.
The US president has called players who “disrespect” the US flag “sons of bitches” and called for them to be sacked.
Kaepernick, who has not played in the NFL since last year, claims team owners have deliberately frozen him out because of his activism.
He is suing the NFL and his case looks likely to go to a trial.
In May 2018, the NFL announced that teams whose players knelt for the national anthem would be fined under a new policy.
The league said players not willing to stand for The Star-Spangled Banner could stay in the changing rooms until it had been performed.
The star has been on a contract with Nike throughout the kneeling row, but it has now been renegotiated to make him part of the anniversary campaign.
The United States continues to remain divided on the kneeling issue.
What is the Just Do It ad?
Kaepernick is one of a number of sports stars to appear in the 30th anniversary Just Do It ad.
The anniversary campaign is a return to the slogan that made the company famous.
Other sports stars featured include fellow NFL players Odell Beckham Jr and Shaquem Griffin, basketball legend LeBron James and tennis star Serena Williams.Nike release Colin Kaepernick advert as part of campaign that has seen Americans boycott the sportswear giants
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Nike Nearly Dropped Colin Kaepernick Before Embracing Him
Nearly a month after Colin Kaepernick was revealed as the face of Nike’s groundbreaking new advertising campaign, the unveiling video has garnered more than 80 million views on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.
The ads have sent Kaepernick into a new realm of celebrity, quickly becoming among the most talked-about and successful campaigns in recent years. And they have allowed Nike, which has a history of provocative marketing campaigns, to capitalize on the so-called Resistance movement in a way it only recently realized it could.
They are also yet another vehicle for Kaepernick to raise his own profile as a sort of civil rights entrepreneur unlike anyone before has, certainly in sports. He has signed deals to write a book — which is set to be published next year and will be accompanied by a speaking tour — and to develop a comedy series.
But it almost didn’t happen. In the summer of 2017, a debate raged in Nike’s headquarters in Beaverton, Ore., over whether to cut loose the controversial, unemployed quarterback — and the company very nearly did, according to two individuals with knowledge of the discussions who requested anonymity because of nondisclosure agreements each has with Nike.
When the company did decide to embrace the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback, it risked angering the National Football League, a Nike partner since 2012, but the company ultimately decided it was a risk worth taking, given the credibility the company would gain with the young, urban market it has long targeted.
Kaepernick ignited a national discourse in 2016 when he began kneeling during the playing of the national anthem before games to protest racism, social inequality and police brutality. He left the 49ers after the 2016 season and became a free agent, but executives throughout the N.F.L. considered him radioactive because of his on-field protests, which drew vocal criticism from President Trump, and no team signed him.
That left Nike’s sports marketing group flummoxed. There seemed to be little they could do with a lightning-rod professional football player who was not playing football.
Before the company severed ties with Kaepernick, though, its top communications executive persuaded his colleagues to reverse course because of the potential for negative publicity. Kaepernick would remain on Nike’s roster of sponsored athletes — though he was largely ignored for nearly a year.
Through interviews with current and former Nike employees, individuals close to Kaepernick, analysts and others involved with the ad campaign, a picture emerged of Nike’s about-face in which the company concluded that getting behind Kaepernick’s crusade, at the urging of its longtime advertising firm, made good business sense despite the risk of angering the N. F.L.
The risk appears to have paid off. Late Tuesday, Mark Parker, the chief executive of Nike, told Wall Street analysts on the company’s quarterly earnings call that the campaign had yielded “record engagement with the brand.”
“We feel actually very good and are very proud of the work we’ve been doing,” Parker said. “We know it’s resonated actually quite strongly with consumers.”
The campaign also earned Nike a measure of good will in the wake of reports by The New York Times and other outlets earlier this year that Nike had a hostile and abusive work environment for women. In August, two women filed a lawsuit against the company seeking class-action status claiming pay inequality and gender discrimination.
In upgrading the company’s stock, one Wall Street analyst called the campaign “a stroke of genius.” In a mid-September note to clients, Camilo Lyon, an analyst at the financial services firm Canaccord Genuity, wrote that Nike had been “courageous” in taking a stand “in support of a social issue where few (if any) companies have of late. ” He added that the campaign “spoke to Nike’s core consumers in a very Nike-esque, provocative way that shows it understands them and the issues that matter to them.” Last week, Nike’s stock closed at an all-time high of more than $85 a share.
KeJuan Wilkins, a spokesman for Nike, acknowledged that the company had robust discussions about Kaepernick. “It would be normal for a number of people to offer different perspectives,” Wilkins said. “In keeping with Nike’s mission, any final decisions are made as a group.”
Kaepernick, who declined to be interviewed for this article, kicked off the campaign by tweeting a stark black-and-white, close-up photo of his face on Sept. 3. Overlaid on the photo was the Nike swoosh logo and the words “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.”
The image went up on billboards in San Francisco and New York. The next day, Nike released a two-minute video titled “Dream Crazy,” narrated by Kaepernick, who appears late in the video, dramatically urging viewers to strive to make their mark on the world.
But the starring role for Kaepernick represents a big reversal in his relationship with Nike. Earlier this year, Nike’s decision to keep him within its stable of sponsored athletes without using him had prompted lawyers for Kaepernick to tell the company it was not living up to its contractual obligations, according to two individuals involved in the discussions who requested anonymity because of the confidential nature of the talks.
Nike’s relationship with Kaepernick began in 2011, after the 49ers drafted him, and continued through his tumultuous tenure with the team that included a Super Bowl, benchings, injuries, and the kneeling controversy.
In August 2016, during a wave of shootings of unarmed African-American men by the police, Kaepernick began sitting, and later kneeling, on the sidelines while the national anthem played before 49ers games. He explained that he was trying to give voice to those who did not have one.
Soon teammates, players from other teams, and even athletes in other sports joined Kaepernick in kneeling, locking arms or raising fists in support of his message.
Knowing the 49ers were planning to cut him, Kaepernick opted out of his contract in the spring of 2017. When no other team signed him, Nike’s top marketing officials realized they had no idea what to do with him: He didn’t have a team, so they couldn’t put his name on any team gear.
Baffled, top executives in Nike’s sports marketing group decided to end the company’s contract with him, according to a former employee who requested anonymity because of a nondisclosure agreement.
Then Nigel Powell, the longtime head of communications for Nike, learned of the decision and “went ballistic,” the former employee said.
Powell argued that Nike would face backlash from the media and consumers if it was seen as siding with the N.F.L. rather than Kaepernick. And Nike, along with most apparel companies, is desperate to attract urban youth who increasingly look up to Kaepernick; the largely white, older N.F.L. fans angry at the league over the protests are not a priority for those companies, analysts say.
Wilkins, the Nike spokesman, declined to discuss which Nike employees came down on which side of the Kaepernick debate, saying only that company protocols involve discussions, shared opinions and then a collective unit makes a decision.
Powell ultimately won out, and Kaepernick stayed on Nike’s roster with a contract that was set to expire in early 2019. But his image still did not appear on any Nike advertisements, and his name was not on any apparel, even as his stature as a civil rights figure grew. GQ named him its Citizen of the Year, and organizations like Amnesty International and the American Civil Liberties Union honored him. In October, Kaepernick sued the N.F.L., charging that owners had colluded to keep him from playing in the league.
While Wilkins said sponsorship agreements don’t guarantee an appearance in a campaign or a product, Kaepernick’s legal team disagreed. They encouraged Nike to begin fulfilling its contractual obligations to him. His team also asked to begin negotiations for a new agreement.
Kaepernick’s book and film deals showed there was still a market for him. The president of Adidas’s North American division said in April he might be interested in signing the former quarterback.
After a series of messages and phone conversations throughout the spring, Nike executives and Kaepernick’s representatives gathered in New York City on June 18. Nike executives agreed there might be a role for him to play with the company. For Nike, there was only one problem — what to do about the N.F.L.
In 2012, Nike committed to paying a reported $220 million annually for five years to emblazon its signature swoosh on all jerseys and officially licensed clothing sold to fans.
The deal between Nike, the West Coast company known for pushing the envelope, and the tradition-loving N.F.L. has since been altered. The two sides announced a 10-year extension of the deal in March, but after 2020, Nike will only produce clothing worn on the field. It will no longer produce N.F. L. merchandise sold to consumers. That meant the N.F.L., already a small slice of Nike’s business, was going to shrink further.
Still, within the sports industry, the N.F.L. has a reputation for ensuring its corporate partners do what it wants. It has long pressured broadcasters to cover the sport more positively and has the right to reject advertisements during the Super Bowl.
So when Wieden & Kennedy, Nike’s ad agency for more than three decades, urged the company earlier this year to make the N.F.L.’s ultimate persona non grata the face of its “Just Do It” 30th anniversary campaign, Nike had to weigh the potential repercussions.
The advertising firm, which forged its reputation back in the 1980s when it crafted Nike’s Michael Jordan ads with Spike Lee, made it clear that Kaepernick could provide real value. With the N.F.L. set to become a less important partner and its deal with the league locked up until 2028, Nike decided to listen.
The N.F.L. declined to comment. Wieden & Kennedy referred requests for comment to Nike. Its employees were less discreet.
Wieden & Kennedy “pushed to use Colin Kaepernick as the face of the 30th anniversary Just Do It campaign,” a designer at the firm wrote in September on a website showcasing his work. He added: “Nike agreed to it. We made it. Colin posted it. People lost it.”
According to people who worked on the campaign, Kaepernick’s role came together rather quickly, with significant elements completed just weeks before the release. Wieden & Kennedy didn’t finalize the agreement for the edited image of Kaepernick with text until Aug. 27, and Lacey Baker, a skateboarder featured in the ad, said Nike did not reach out to her until mid-August.
“I was a little in disbelief that they were actually doing it,” said the photographer Martin Schoeller, who took the photo used in the ad for GQ. “Corporations making a political statement is the opposite of what you usually want in marketing.”
Wilkins, the Nike spokesman, said it was not uncommon for the company’s ads to undergo changes until right before the release.
“The important thing,” he said, “is that we’re using Colin because we consider him one of the most inspirational athletes of his generation.”
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Nike blew everybody. There was zero risk in the story with Kapernik
Capitalism was covered up with protest.Photo: Justin Sullivan, gettyimages.com
Nike celebrates 30 years of the Just Do It slogan with a massive advertising campaign featuring footballer Colin Kaepernick . In 2016, he was the first in the NFL to kneel while singing the anthem, protesting against police violence against blacks. Over the course of two years, so many players in the league have followed Kapernik’s example that no one has yet counted their exact number.
In March 2017, Kapernik’s contract with San Francisco came to an end.They did not offer him a new one, and for the second year Colin has not entered the field. He recently filed a lawsuit against the NFL, claiming that clubs blacklisted him and thereby violated collective bargaining agreements. After powerful criticism Donald Trump the unemployed Kapernik became a martyr in the public mind, a victim of the white corporate world.
In this regard, many thought that by entering into a partnership with Kapernik, Nike took a big risk. And after videos began to appear on social networks where users destroy the company’s products, we were only convinced of this opinion.In fact, it’s not like that. If there were risks, then they were calculated and insignificant for such a giant as Nike.
TWO YEARS WITH KAPERNIK DIDN’T KNOW WHAT TO DO
Kapernik joined Nike in 2011. The company did not stop the hype around him in 2016, when Colin raised a wave of protest, or in 2017, when he was left without a team. But the footballer has become the face of the brand only now, at the moment when he is absolutely not updated.Colin did not change the team, did not become a champion, did not set a record – he just appears in a scandal, the epicenter of which is dated two years earlier. By comparison, when Serena Williams was banned from wearing a black panther suit in France, Nike reacted after just three days.
Nike remembered Kaperinka solely due to competitive pressure. According to Yahoo !, Adidas and Puma have recently become interested in the footballer. Upon learning of this, Nike offered Colin a new contract with the salary of the best acting footballers in the NFL.He was also promised a personalized line of sneakers and clothing. The player could not even dream of any of this in the previous two years, when he sat idle and for some reason hung a dead weight for Nike.
NIKE USES THIS STRATEGY FROM 80’s
In an interview with the Harvard Business Review in 1992, Nike founder Phil Knight said, “We’ve always believed that success requires waking up the consumer. He will not go into the store to buy what he bought before and hear what he heard before. “
By that time, Nike had been following the “awakening” tactic for several years. In 1985, the company performed a Banned ad featuring Michael Jordan . The NBA banned the basketball player from wearing the Air Jordan I because of the red and black coloring, and Jordan paid a fine for each match in these sneakers. The video does not try to smooth out the corners – it only emphasizes that the sneakers are out of the ordinary.
In 1987, Nike uses a Beatles song with the words “Say You Want a Revolution” and “We All Want to Change the World. “
In 1993 Charles Barkley says that he is not an example for the younger generation. “I can shoot from above, but that does not mean that I have to raise your children,” the basketball player is sure. The advertisement caused a scandal – Barkley was accused of forgetting about the publicity of his work.
In 1995, Nike aired Oprah’s favorite ad Winfrey If You Let Me Play. Women also need to play sports – now this message will no longer cause a reaction.It was different then.
So Nike has long been for those who were underestimated, in some way limited, not recognized as they are. If such a strategy did not bring profit, it would have been abandoned long ago. This year, the company may even have gone too far with the underdogs: in addition to Kaepernick, one-armed NFL player Shakim Griffin , lesbian skateboarder Lacey Baker and a refugee from Ghana starred in the advertisement for the 30th anniversary of Just Do It Alfonso Devies currently playing for the Canadian junior team.
YOUNG ADVERTISERS LIKE SUCH ADVERTISING
Last year Nike announced that it will focus on promoting its brand in 12 cities around the world: New York, London, Shanghai, Beijing, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Paris, Berlin, Mexico City, Barcelona, Seoul and Milan. The company predicts that these cities will generate 80% of profits by 2020. It is there that Nike’s target audience is young people who earn good money, but have not yet made a fortune. These people are more likely to buy sneakers for $ 100.
This defines Nike’s behavior in the NFL scandal. The company has a contract with the league and dresses all 32 teams. But if Nike counts on a young audience, then it cannot support the clubs, Vox is sure. Polls show that 27% of Gen Z people (18 to 21) are willing to buy products from a company that will support protesting soccer players. This is the highest rate. Among Generation X (38-53) there are only 17% of them.
Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything.#JustDoIt pic.twitter.com/SRWkMIDdaO
– Colin Kaepernick (@ Kaepernick7) September 3, 2018
According to The Ringer, Kapernik is most irritating to those people who recognize racial inequality in America, but see nothing wrong with it. They are convinced that the police are needed to protect “us” from “them,” so they do not take the murders of dark-skinned teenagers by the police to heart. Social media statistics show that these are a minority. It is estimated that there were fewer messages on Twitter with the hashtag #BoycottNike (there were more than 100 thousand of them) per day than comments with a positive meaning.
NIKE ALREADY EXPERIENCED IMAGE SCANDAL
Nike received a lawsuit this year from four employees at its headquarters in Oregon. They were unhappy that women at Nike were paid less than men and could not count on high positions. The New York Times, on a wave of harassment and #MeToo, released a great piece about the fact that Nike bosses, in addition, do not respect women, call them “stupid creatures” and because of this they cannot achieve the popularity of products among the female audience.
The scandal did not bring down the company’s sales.The losses were only in the image, because the patriarchy described by the media in Nike did not correlate with the numerous statements about gender equality and the importance of women. Now, when the company claims to have some kind of social connotation, as in the case of Kapernik, the idea creeps in the public that the management is not doing this out of pure motives. If Colin says that you need to “believe, even when it requires sacrifice,” it is not a fact that the top managers of Nike repeat after him. They don’t need it.
Firstly, Nike is too huge and stable – the company is estimated at $ 30 billion, and the number of employees exceeds 40 thousand.She can afford a short-term drop, which was after the Kaperink ad – Nike’s stock indices and brand adoption ratings plummeted. Secondly, recently, the Americans have released so many advertisements with some kind of claim to social significance that it has almost become bad manners. The worst example is the Pepsi video with Kylie Jenner . There, a relative of Kardashian approaches the policeman and hands him a can of soda, offering “peace.” Pepsi was accused of completely misunderstanding the protests and growing discontent with the police in the United States.
So there were no risks for Nike in this story from the very beginning. Already today the company announced in a press release that sales did not fall, but, on the contrary, showed significant growth. Only Kapernik himself can be afraid – his heroic image is under threat. If Muhammad Ali sacrificed everything when he refused to serve in the army, then Colin was always on a contract with a giant company – instead of hundreds of millions, he will earn tens.The loss is not great.
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List of Leading Players in the Global Market Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels:
– Triangle4 Tire
– Triangle4 – Xugong
– Cheng Shin
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Market Segmentation Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels by Type:
– Lifting Capacity: 1,000 lb
– Loading Capacity: 1,200 lbs
– Loading Capacity: 1,500 lbs
– Loading Capacity: 2900 lbs
– Loading Capacity: 3300 lbs
– Loading Capacity: 4200 lbs
Market Segmentation Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels Based on Applications:
– Hand Trucks
Key Market Players Heavy Duty Rigid Pneumatic Wheels:
• Raw Material Suppliers
• Distributors / Traders / Wholesalers / Suppliers
• Regulatory Authorities, including government agencies and NGOs.
• Commercial Research and Development Institutions (R&D)
• Importers and Exporters
• Government agencies, research organizations and consulting firms.
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Detailed TOC Global Sales Market Report 2021 Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels:
1 Market Overview Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels
1.1 Product Overview and Scope Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels
1.2 Segment Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels Type
1.3 Segment Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels Wheels by Application
1.4 Global Market Size Estimates and Forecasts Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels
1.4.1 Global Revenue Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels 2016-2027
1.4.2 Global Sales Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels 2016-2027
1.4.3 Market Size Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels by Region: 2016, 2021 and 2027
2 Manufacturer Competition in the Market Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels
2.1 World Market Share of Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels by Manufacturer (2016-2021 )
2.2 Global Revenue Market Share Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels by Manufacturer (2016-2021)
2.3 World Average Price Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels by Manufacturer (2016-2021)
2.4 Manufacturers Manufacturing Site Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels, Service Area, Product Type
2.5 Competitive Market Situation Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels and Trends
2.6 Manufacturer Mergers and Acquisitions expansion plans
3 Market retrospective scenario Heavy duty solid pneumatic wheels by region
3.1 Market retrospective global scenario Heavy duty solid pneumatic wheels in sales by region: 2016-2021
3.2 Global Market Retrospective Revenue Scenario Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels by Region: 2016-2020
3.3 Market Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels in North America Facts and Figures by Country
3.4 European Market Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels in Facts and Figures by Country
3.5 Asia Pacific Market Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels in Facts and Figures by Region
3.6 Market Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels in Latin America Facts and Figures by Country
3.7 Market Facts and Figures Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels in the Middle East and Africa by Country
4 Historical Analysis of the World Market Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels by Type
4.1 Global Sales Market Share Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels by Type (2016-2021)
4.2 World Share Market Revenue Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels by Type (2016-2021)
4.3 World Price in Heavy Duty Solid Pneumatic Wheels by Type (2016-2021)
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Jessica Alba is known for her many roles and a successful career in Hollywood.You might remember her from the popular Fox show, Dark Angel in which she starred as Max. Alba also starred as The Invisible Man in Fantastic Four and later a sequel. In Hollywood, she is mostly known for romantic comedies or sexy female roles. She has spent most of her career trying to break out of these typical roles.
She also created and operates one of the most successful brands in the beauty and lifestyle industry.With a net worth of about $ 200 million, you know, this busy mom needs a little help from time to time.
The Honest Company CEO recently admitted that by taking his 10-year-old daughter, Honor Warren, into therapy. And no, it’s not because she’s some kind of problem girl or because something tragic happened. The reason Alba went to therapy with her daughter may surprise you. And, if you have teens or teenagers, it might even inspire you to do the same.
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While Alba has been working hard over the past decade to build her career and her business as an honest company, she is also growing her family with her husband, Cash Warren. The couple have been married for just over ten years and together they have three children.
She certainly has something to do with her eldest daughter of ten and a son under two.This is likely due to the stressful lifestyle that caused her to seek help when she realized that she was not ready for her teenage daughter’s hormonal shifts.
Why Jessica Alba decided to go to therapy with her daughter
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This is my world. My heart broke when I became a mom almost 11 years ago. I became a soft, vulnerable, open woman – I am very comfortable in myself, knowing that I am far from perfect, but I always try to do everything in my power – my children are my number 1.There was no greater gift in my life than being their mother. He is messy, chaotic, cheerful, cozy, warm, joyful, restless, frustrating, helpful, and everything in between. Thank you @jondavisphoto for capturing so many of our moments, and every now and then all the kids smile at the same time !!! (Hooray) Swipe to see a random snapshot of my #momlife – my biggest baby, Honor is growing so fast, Honor and Haven are fighting, Haven is just living her best life, and my Hacie Boo is giggling.To all the moms who do this damn thing – I see you, I love you, and we are in this together!
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As the story goes, her daughter was joking and Alba told her that this family was not involved in drama. Her daughter replied, “I love drama.” It was then that Alba decided that she might not be ready for the years ahead. She was also worried that her daughter wanted a boyfriend when, at ten years old, she felt there was no reason for this.
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Any parent of a teenager or teen-to-be knows this can be the most difficult time in a mother’s life. Growing up, she was told to keep her feelings inside and overcome them. She didn’t want her child to feel like she just needed to pass by everything. She wanted to do better, so she took Honor to therapy. In a way, it should have helped both of them.
Although Alba grew up in a very religious family, she felt uncomfortable in church.Her mother believed that if you cannot deal with your problems, you can tell the priest about them. “Some people think that, like in my family, you can talk to a priest, and that’s it,” Alba said. “I really feel uncomfortable talking to him about my feelings.”
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When my one year old poops in the bathtub and I ask my 7 and 10 year olds to wash him for me b / c … #imbaby #ihatewetpoo #momlifebelike #honestlynotkillingtheparentinggame #adultingishard #sendhelp and you can check the stories WARNING, this is disgusting – half of it ended up in the main bath and the drain of the baby bath was open and filled with water.I had to pour it down the toilet, but I didn’t want it to spill on the floor. #momfail
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In the end, Alba felt that the best thing she could do for Honor was to help her convey that what she feels and what she goes through. She was not ready for hormones, and the boy was depressed, so they helped her.
According to E! News, she explained that the main reason she wanted to take her daughter to therapy was so that she could “learn to be a better mother to her and better relate to her.”
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Even after therapy, Alba is on an unpredictable journey, but now she has a way to better communicate and communicate with her daughter, which she did not have before. These tools will help both of them when problems arise..