Reebok Challenges Presidential Hopefuls To One Mile Run For Charity

Reebok Challenges Presidential Hopefuls To One Mile Run For Charity

Reebok is jumping on the Super Tuesday’s primary elections bandwagon with a challenge for all Presidential candidates, if they can run one mile (approximately 1.6 km) in 10 minutes or less reebok will donate $50,000 to a health related charity.

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The challenge reads: “If any of the Super Tuesday candidates can complete a one-mile run in 10 minutes or less, Reebok will donate $50,000 to a health-related charity of their choice.”

In a press release, Blair Hammond, Reebok’s senior global content manger said: “For decades, fitness has been key to the role of the presidency. Former president Bill Clinton famously introduced running clothes into the Oval Office after one of his jogs. Former president George W. Bush championed his “My Sharona”-inspired cycling playlist to reporters, and president Obama is often caught shooting hoops at community outreach events.

“What will the next crop of presidential hopefuls bring to the most powerful job in the free world? We’re hoping whatever it is it includes lots of sweat.”

Recently, Democrat hopeful Bernie Sanders was filmed running for a train:

 So far, no representative from Presidential campaigns have responded to the call: