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$25 contribution per pair.
Goal: 60,000 shoes to entities like International Children's Games and Youth Olympic Games
Remind girls and boys they are equipotent! Rauhmel Fox relays a solid message, "skihlz™, knowledge, and effort are three distinct elements of individual performance. Combined together, they create an enormously potent compound, you!"
The California Podiatric Medical Association recommends footwear for young athletes should be supple (no hand-me-downs, please)!
Create a humorous 30-second parody video creatively mentioning the word skihlz™! You could be shown in a public relations campaign! Email video now!
Women who can comfortably wear EUR 36-40 (sample size) footwear and advance their own personal funds to WHOmentors.com, Inc. for the operation of the skihlz™ shoe distribution program qualify as shoe buyers for WSA at MAGIC.
Gain national or international media exposure for your educational and charitable activities affiliated with WHOmentors.com, Inc. and elevate awareness about topics that really interest you! Example: Meet Minji Cho!
Rauhmel Fox may seem to be driven by purely altruistic reasons to organize an international shoe distribution program, however, as a prior-enlisted alumnus of the United States Air Force Academy, his exemplary conduct is required by Title 10 U.S.C. §8583.
Shoes are Attributed with the Capacity to Change Lives!
In evaluating the importance of the release of Stephon Marbury’s $15 sneaker, HBO Segment Producer, Andrew Bennett contacted Rauhmel Fox to describe firsthand the importance that sneakers hold in our current culture. The interview with Rauhmel Fox hosted by Bernard Goldberg at International Studies Academy High School in San Francisco, California was replaced with an unsupported opinion from on-air personality, Juan Williams, Fox News.
What would you do with $10,000 of Oprah's money? How would you benefit the community? Winnie Dunbar emailed Rauhmel Fox and asked these very questions. Oprah's Big Give and ABC affiliates around the country were challenged to give big and give back in 100 communities starting with an initial project grant. Rauhmel Fox inquired around. Apparently no one but him was interested. As a result, the City and County of San Francisco didn't make the cut.
CNN's Erin Burnett, anchor of OutFront, a nightly news program that reports on the people, places, and events that lead the global conversation, is known for interacting with her fans. She reported on sneaker obsession and Nike's Most Anticipated Shoe Ever, Kanye West's Air Yeezy II pre-order that sold for $90,300. Rauhmel Fox tweeted her and she responded with a financial contribution! While the support is greatly appreciated, her donation is not an endorsement of WHOmentors.com, Inc. or the skihlz™ brand.
Shoes have had a lot of influence in our personal lives and the entire world.
Shoes affect our perceptions of others and our perceptions of self, including our passage into adulthood. Among the magical transformations we attribute to shoes is their ability to supercharge our athletic performance. Not only is footwear an extension of self, it also acts as a repository of memory and meaning in our lives. -- Russell W. Belk, University of Utah, Shoes and Self.
WHOmentors.com, Inc. can serve a broad charitable class with free skihlz™ branded athletic footwear such as disaster relief victims.
In the absence of a specific showing of constitutionally valid reasons to regulate their speech, students are entitled to freedom of expression of their views. Wearing [shoes] for the purpose of expressing certain views is the type of symbolic act that is within the Free Speech Clause of the First Amendment. United States Supreme Court ruling Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District, 1969.
Rauhmel Fox is available to make appearances at any event that aligns with Corporate Motivation. Fees for a presentation or honorariums for just a meet and greet are payable to WHOmentors.com, Inc., EIN: 76-0745699.
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