As detailed in our Future Of Retail 2020 report, randomly selected festival goers were air-dropped a pair of Adidas kicks, granted that they wore them for the rest of the event
Sportswear Adidas and social media platform Snapchat launched a game called Baseball's Next Level via Snapchat app or an online site. The mobile game features MLB athletes wearing limited-edition cleats from the Adidas 8-bit collection, which fans can purchase directly through the game or browse more items by clicking buttons that redirect them to Adidas' or retailer Dick's Sporting Goods' sites.
Sportswear brand Adidas launched Tango, an exclusive app available to 1,400 soccer players. The app serves as a community platform for players to complete soccer challenges, share their skills and unlock rewards. Users can also register a team for the brand's soccer tournaments through the app.
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Sportswear brand Adidas helped found and now collaborates with the nonprofit Parley for the Oceans, which helps source and manufacture products made from recycled ocean plastic collected from the world’s shorelines. Many product lines include the reworked debris, including over 5 million pairs of Ultraboost shoes made annually.
Sportswear brand Adidas partnered with clothing resale platform StuffStr to launch “Infinite Play,” a trade-in program that allows U.K. customers to exchange any Adidas items that they have purchased within the past five years. Shoppers can use the Adidas website or app to schedule a pickup or mail in items, and then will send receive a digital Adidas gift card equivalent to the estimated value of their garments. StuffStr will then clean, repair and resell garments on behalf of Adidas and recycle any that cannot be repaired.
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