Nike is ‘getting killed’ for Colin Kaepernickad, says president Trump

Nike is ‘getting killed’ for Colin Kaepernickad, says president Trump

Nike is ‘getting killed’ for Colin Kaepernickad, says president Trump

Even before Nike's two-minute "Dream Crazy" film hit airwaves, it circulated around the internet, garnering millions of views since it was released September 5.

Now what does Woods think of Nike's decision to spotlight Kaepernick?

Others, like Chiefs wide receiver Chris Conley, praised the company's efforts. Don't let anyone tell you you shouldn't'. Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins on Thursday said Kaepernick will be viewed in the future as a player who changed football and the country. And I think they've done that. It's hard for me to grasp why this is so difficult for people (from both ends of the political spectrum) to understand. So yeah... that whole "sacrificing everything" is insulting to those who really have sacrificed everything. No, because that's not what sells. "It's OK to be different, it's what makes us the same - embrace it and remember that nobody's a ideal patriot, especially not me".

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Kaepernick is a hero of the social justice movement for calling attention to racial inequality by kneeling on the field during the national anthem. I'm also thinking the irony is that while I am not privy to the numbers, it's likely he gained a lucrative Nike contract.

The spot is expected to air this week during college football and Major League Baseball games, and stream on various music, gaming and other platforms, Nike spokeswoman Sandra Carreon-John said. "They want to do things that help their bottom line". "I think what gets lost in translation is what this is all about". They did it because they believed in something.

As the saying goes, all publicity is good publicity, and that's never been more true for Nike. Large scale versions of the advertisement are going up in big cities around the country, including Los Angeles.

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Nike Inc.'s market capitalization is down $3.4 billion since the company released its latest ad campaign featuring controversial quarterback-turned-activist Colin Kaepernick.

Many people have been slamming the Nike company for its new ad campaign featuring former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, including the president himself - but you can count comedian Jim Carrey as a fan.

Losing to the 2017 opener is particularly worrisome, the outlet underscores, as last year's matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and the New England Patriots earned only 21.8 million viewers and scored only a 7.7/29 rating among adults in the key demo, 18-49.

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