This Fall, the NFL will launch the latest installment of its women’s apparel campaign. The league has made great strides in its effort to develop fashion-forward fan gear, allowing females suit up in their team colors while maintaining their sense of style.
The 2010 season marked the debut of “NFL Women’s Apparel, Fit For You”, the first time the league dedicated a campaign to its female offerings. Last year’s campaign expanded to include additional clothing and accessory items, as well as an established digital home at NFL.com/women. The upcoming NFL season is just a few months away as is the latest round of apparel ads.
Serena Williams, Melania Trump and Condoleezza Rice are among the NFL fans who’ll be appearing in ads promoting team-themed apparel and gear in a campaign called “It’s My Team.”
says Tracey Bleczinski, vice president of NFL consumer products.
Serena, who is not only a fan but also a limited partner in the Miami Dolphins, wears her team colors in a graphic T-shirt paired with a dressy little black jacket. The image makes its debut in September magazines.
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Doubles specialists Bob and Mike Bryan have chosen to support Tennis in the Parks initiative through Citi’s Every Step of the Way program. Tennis in the Parks helps make the game more accessible to millions of youngsters who wouldn’t otherwise have the opportunity to learn and play tennis.
The Citi Every Step of the Way program will help fund the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Sport Programs that inspire members of Team Citi and benefit future U.S. hopefuls and athletes of all ages in communities across the country.
13 athletes are part of Citi’s program: Amanda McGrory (Paralympic athletics), Bob and Mike Bryan (tennis), Carlos Leon (Paralympic athletics), Christie Rampone (soccer), Cullen Jones (swimming), Danell Leyva (gymnastics), Dominique Dawes (gymnastics), Gwen Jorgensen (triathlon), Kari Miller (sitting volleyball), Meb Keflezighi (athletics), Rowdy Gaines (swimming), Sanya Richards (athletics).
This Monday July 16th Roger Federer breaks the record for most weeks (287) as the Number One tennis player in the world. To celebrate his achievement Nike has created a special edition of the Zoom Vapor 9 Tour for Roger and his fans.
This premium version of the Zoom Vapor 9 Tour shoe comes in Black / Metallic Gold and features Roger’s logo on the tongue and ’287′ on the back heel.
Only 287 pairs of the Nike Zoom Vapor RF 287 were released globally, one for each week Roger has spent at number one. Each pair is packaged in a unique box numbered to represent a particular week of his reign, along with a certificate of authenticity signed by Roger Federer himself.
The Nike Zoom Vapor RF 287 ($287) sold out after 25 minutes, but Nike held on to three pairs for Roger’s most loyal fans. Check out Nike Tennis Facebook page for more details.
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Andy Murray adidas Olympic kit
adidas unveils Australian Olympic kit
Andy Roddick’s new Babolat Propulse 3 Stars and Stripes shoe
Caroline Wozniacki’s Olympic outfit
Caroline Wozniacki 2012 Olympics adidas dress
Olympics French adidas athletes by David Ken
Ralph Lauren unveils US Olympic Team closing ceremony outfits
Ralph Lauren unveils US Olympic team opening ceremony
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 2012 Olympics adidas outfit
Li Na Nike Olympic kit
Roger Federer 2012 Olympics outfit
Venus Williams creates new collection for 2012 Olympics
Spanish Olympic team kit and uniform
Russian and Ukrainian Olympic kits
German Olympic team uniform
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Juan Martin Del Potro in Coca-Cola commercial for London 2012
Citi Every Step Of The Way: Bob and Mike Bryan support Tennis in the Parks
adidas wraps the Metro during the Olympic Games
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