Blink Fitness Encourages Strength and Empowerment with #BEYOU Campaign for Pride Month

Blink Fitness, have announced its latest campaign #BEYOU, to celebrate the LGBTQ community for Pride Month. Blink is known as the gym that welcomes Every Body and has teamed up with the Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC), to remind us that strength and confidence comes from embracing who you are – no matter your gender, sexual orientation, shape, athletic abilities, or otherwise. “Blink Fitness is proud to partner with the GMHC during this significant time for the LGBTQ community. We’re excited to share our voice and perspective with an organization…

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AEG Releases “Infinite Diversity” Video to Support Pride Month

In support of LGBT Pride Month, AEG, the world’s leading sports and live entertainment company, is creating awareness around diversity and inclusion with the release of its “Infinite Diversity” video that underscores the organization’s belief in unity and diversity. Launching today, the campaign encourages employees and fans to view the video and share it on their social channels via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #BetterAsOne. The program promotes AEG’s belief that its strength comes from diversity of thought and ideas. Dan Beckerman, CEO and President of AEG, stated,…

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United Nations Foundation and Gap Inc. Join Forces for Pride Month to Support Global LGBTI Equality

Today, Gap Inc. and the United Nations Foundation announced that, for the third consecutive year, they will partner during Pride Month to raise awareness and funds for UN Free & Equal, a global campaign of the UN Human Rights Office to promote equal rights and fair treatment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) people globally. This effort builds on Gap Inc.’s commitment to the UN Human Rights Office’s Standards of Conduct for Business on Tackling Discrimination against LGBTI People unveiled last year. The partnership will include a portion of…

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Visit Seattle Debuts Short Film for Pride Month Showing What It Means To Be Inclusive and #seattleproud

Despite the current US President’s failure to acknowledge June as LGBTQ Pride Month,Visit Seattle has created a short film sharing the message that Pride in Seattle is celebrated, and goes beyond the month of June. Local business owners, residents and advocates share what it means to be #seattleproud, why Pride is even more important this year, and how the energy around acceptance in Seattle should be taken to a national level. “Pride in Seattle exists year-round and is part of the fabric that makes this city so special to live…

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