ALL24: Adidas Invites YOU To An Epic 24-hour Celebration Of Passion!
Apr 18, 2011 16:19
If you'd like a chance to showcase your talent and your passion on a
spectacular stage, then set your sights for the biggest style, street
and sports extravaganza this city has ever seen.
Imagine an all-day celebration with graffiti missions, skate challenges, epic football and basketball encounters and amazing dance and fashion displays and BMX knockouts. Sounds tempting? Then read up on the details in the official press release below:
Hot on the heels of the launch of its milestone global brand campaign entitled "adidas is all in", adidas is kick-starting the registration for participants for its epic 24-hour celebration of sport, street and style as the next phase of the campaign launch.
Titled all24, the 24-hour event is part of adidas' latest groundbreaking campaign which celebrates the all-embracing passion for the love of the game. To go 'all-in' - as an athlete, an artiste or even a supporter, ALL24 has been organised as a platform to encourage people to come and celebrate their passion on the grandest scale imaginable, whether it may be sport, music, dance, fashion or art!
Taking place in six cities across the region including Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Singapore and the Philippines, the event in Malaysia will be held at popular youth hub – Kompleks Rakan Muda Bukit Kiara from 9pm June 4th till 9pm the next day and will feature a series of competitions from dance to graffiti art and more!
So have you decided whether you're in or out? If you're ready to party from dusk till dawn then check out more info on www.adidasall24my.com and the adidas 'all24' Facebook page
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