Coca -Cola Billions of Reasons to Believe

This summer, Los Angeles will welcome 7,000 inspirational athletes from 177 different countries to the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games. Supporting children and adults with intellectual disabilities, the World Games is the largest sports and humanitarian event on the globe.

“In all our lives, we’ve been touched by somebody who may not have been born with all the opportunities we were. At the end of the day, we are all doing the exact same thing – trying to appreciate this daily life that we’re given”

To celebrate, The Coca-Cola Company, Founding Partner of Special Olympics, has assembled a star-studded team to record a unified song for the World Games, titled “Reach Up.” The new song debuts today and will be performed during the World Games. ESPN is the official broadcaster of the World Games and will have a three-hour live telecast of the Opening Ceremony beginning at 9 p.m. ET featuring Robin Roberts, co-host of ABC’s “Good Morning America,” and ESPN’s Lindsay Czarniak and Kevin Negandhi.

Lets share this video to support this Inspirational Athletes which composed of children and adults with intellectual disabilities, the World Games is the largest sports and humanitarian event in the globe. For sharing this video, the company is committed to donate money for the disabled athletes.

On social media using the hashtag #ReachUp. Coca-Cola will donate one dollar – up to $100,000 – to Special Olympics for every “Reach Up” video share using the hashtag leading up to the World Games.

Coke will donate $ 1.00 to the Special Olympics for every share of this video .

 Special Olympic World Summer Games

Visit Special Olympics at http://www.specialolympics.org and engage with us on: @specialolympics, fb.com/specialolympics, youtube.com/specialolympicshq, and specialolympicsblog.wordpress.com.

Contacts

The Coca-Cola Company
Kate Hartman, 404-676-1254
Kahartman@coca-cola.com

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