Nike’s Beat Gasoline Rewards Environmental Athletes

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There’s a new incentive for doing good for the planet, and it’s coming as part of Nike’s Beat Gasoline campaign. The sports company wants athletes to take a great idea about being eco-friendly while still being athletic, and make a video of it and upload it on the Beat Gasoline website. Nike Beat GasolineThere’s a new incentive for doing good for the planet, and it’s coming as part of Nike’s Beat Gasoline campaign. The sports company wants athletes to take a great idea about being eco-friendly while still being athletic, and make a video of it and upload it on the Beat Gasoline website. Every week at least one winner will be chosen and awarded an awesome prize pack including a bike, shoes, clothes, and more. Or if you’re not the video type, you can just upload a photo and have the chance to win a Global Giving Card. Best of all, the idea doesn’t just have to do with beating gasoline – it can promote outdoor activity and the environment in any way. The first winners are being awarded tomorrow (June 26th), so be sure to check out the official Beat Gasoline website and see what kind of competition is out there.

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