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  • Nike pushes inclusive agenda with disability sponsorship
  • Nike pushes inclusive agenda with disability sponsorship
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Nike pushes inclusive agenda with disability sponsorship

Justin Gallegos, an American university student has become the first professional athlete with cerebral palsy to sign for Nike. The sportswear brand is answering the call of thousands, who want those less physically able to be better represented in major sports brands' marketing campaigns.

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