A Civilized Debate Over Kaepernick, Nike Ads And The NFL Protests
The other day I posted some thoughts about Nike's stock and sales recovery following the initial protest reaction to Colin Kaepernick role in Nike's 30th anniversary "Just Do It" ad campaign. It turns out the stock is stronger, sales of product are up and Nike got 40+ million in free advertising by way of news coverage - with experts saying most of it was neutral to positive in nature
You can read that original post here.
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Steven Kojetin“Just do it. And so they did.
Nike made Colin Kaepernick the face of its new ad campaign and a lot of people were offended that the man best known as the player who launched the NFL protests against the flag and anthem would be so recognized and so honored by the sportswear giant.”
Dear Dave, **** Hello Steven
He launched a protest against questionable police tactics that get unarmed citizens dead. ***so he said, but it's become much more complicated than that.