Nike Corporate Office Headquarters HQ

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Nike Corporate Office Headquarters HQ
Address:
One Bowerman Drive
Beaverton, Oregon 97005 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-503-671-6453
Corporate Fax Number: 1-503-671-6300
Corporate Email: [email protected]
Corporate Stock Symbol: NKE

Nike is a famous for their lines of athletic shoes. Nike makes shoes for sports like baseball, cheerleeding, golf, football, golf, lacrosse, skateboarding, tennis, volleyball, walking, running, and wrestling. Nike is one of the premier sport equipment brands in the USA.

Nike's Customer Service Number is 1-800-663-6453. The company does encourage users to use their technical support system and help forums on their website.





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  1. I thought the Gold Digger Shirts were funny. Everyone needs to chill out.

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    1. I think all these people need to learn the correct English and spelling

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    2. We are very disappointed in Nike's last two adds featuring Colin K. and feel that he is not a good role model for our young people. Our Friends , including us , all respect our County and Stand when the National Anthem' We do it because we love our Country and are proud of the United States, Our advice to those who do not share this pride in our country , should look for someplace else to live

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  2. this sucks!!!!!! big time
    i have an 1 year old we got some nikes and she kick it off somewhere. I just want it replaced not a new set. It was a 45 dollor pair of shoes. Me as a single mother of 5 dont have an extra 45 for shoes. It is sad that they dont have anything set up to help people in these types of situtations. Young children lose shoes all the time. Ive called the headqarters, footaction and customer service thanks for nothin. Nike wont get another dollor out of me! Sara Banks

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    1. then why would you spend $45 on shoes to begin with???? Especially if "young children lose shoes all the time."

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    2. Nike is a great SHOE COMPANY

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    1. anonymous , i like nikes clothes but their shoes are junk... i'll by adidas or , reebok or new balance , but i quit buying nikes years ago because everytime i bought a pair they split out in the sides , I do have flat and wide feet , but still i have had my reeboks for three years and my new balance for 4 yrs. now i will not buy anything from them because the back the nfl

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    2. lol it figures but you get the message

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    3. I love the Nike products but due your public backing of Mr. Kaeperrnick's stance on the National Anthem, I will NEVER BUY ANOTHER NIKE PRODUCT.
      I am a Neighborhood representative and will ask my entire Sub-division to stop buying the Nike Brand. There are many ways to express one's feelings about what is wrong with America, however Kneeling during the National Anthem is NOT RIGHT. I hope & Trust you suffer from your decision!!!!

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    4. Keep politics out of business. Sorry Nike, you lost me as a customer.

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  4. Nike had or still has a campaign for its shoe and it use to say JUST DO IT, well its time to change that campaign and come out with a new one, Well I have wrote and came up with a new CAMPAIGN SLOGAN and I just want NIKE to hear my CAMPAIGN SLOGAN and idea out, you can reach me at [email protected] This new CAMPAIGN will open up new doors for your shoe's, Please just hear me out that's all that I ask, I love and wear Nike's myself.

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  5. I have never been humiliated as much as I have when I go to the Nike ES store in Portland Oregon. Its almost like Im back in high school and all the "cool" kids are degrading me. I'm a single mom and yes I do not have the money to dress head to toe Nike, but my son enjoys wearing there shoes and it is one thing that I splurge on for him because its a good discount. But my last visit was so.... God I can't even explain how they made me feel, but Im 100% sure that if I was dressed like some rich older women I would never had been followed around the store and treated like some shoplifter (I have never got into any trouble). Followed around the store, you can't even imagine how that makes you feel. Than on top of that I asked one of the employees if I could buy a pair of the "Exclusive releases" and she stated sure oh but ofcourse there was a manager there to dig a hole and throw me into it, I was not black badge status which was fine but I just stated that he didn't have to talk to me like that and than all ofsudden I was causing some sort of altercations. Im a 37 year old single mom I don't have time to argue with anyone especially about shoes. I know its the "ES" store but come on its still retail and there main goal I thought was to sell there product and not harrass anyone that doesn't fit into there little exclusive club. Single moms let me know if you have had any experience with Nike and there negitive profiling.

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  6. Why can't I buy a cute Oregon softball shirt Nike? It wouldn't be that hard to make. You already have a duck, an O, the word Ducks. Oregon softball is playing in the softball world series...no shirts, really?

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  7. I bought a pair of Nike comfort footbed shoes. very expensive. . they feel like you are walking on clouds.. bad thing is that they only lasted about 2months. they started ripping around the toe area. not so comfortable now. so this time I bought a different brand to see how they work.. so far holding up very nicely. however if you fixed the problem already ..maybe.. just MAYBE ill try nike again some day

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  8. Since you have "cut ties" with Adrian Peterson, I am cutting ties with Nike. He made a mistake and has had t pay for it already.

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  9. I order come some shoes for my daughter and they were shipped by ups . Ups sent the shoes back after to attempts to my address , the shoes went back to the nike store now they are telling me I have to wait two day for someone to contact me . Why can't they just resend the shoes back to me by another carrier. This makes no sense then they tell me I might be able to get them back if they are still available, why won't the be they are mine I have paid for them !!!

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  10. We know that Nike is very involved with helping to make the game grow. We have designed a product that children love! Please let us know how we can work with your company and help to grow the game.
    Please check out www.WhirlyGolfLimited.com
    Sincerely, Hap Self CEO
    “Good for the Growth of Golf”

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  11. We know that Nike is very involved with helping to make the game grow. We have designed a product that children love! Please let us know how we can work with your company and help to grow the game.
    Please check out www.WhirlyGolfLimited.com
    Sincerely, Hap Self CEO
    “Good for the Growth of Golf”

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  12. Tim the customer supervisor is rude and arrogant. He defended the decision by the inspection team that determined 2 pair of GK gloves that the stitching came out was normal wear in 2 and 3 weeks. He corrected me on the way to pronounce Nike E. Daniel noted me as unprofessional when I rebutted with does a client have to sue to get defective items replaced? She hung up on me! I contacted Sue who generated the claim number but failed to send it via email. I had to call back a couple weeks later when I remembered and got Andrew who was quick and generated the 2nd claim number for the Nike E gloves that were purchased from an approved vendor. Sue and Andrew confirmed. I had to pay $18 to return the defects. Tim tells me, he will coach Sue and Andrew, as they should have never generated a claim number! Nike inspectors eclined my claim and I'm out $300!!! Tim said no one cares how old the gloves were!!! It was necessary in determining if it was defective workmanship or normal use.

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  13. Wow....was considering returning a pair of Nike shoes I purchased for my son for track, that I consider a defect.....not so much anymore. Sounds like the customer service as well as the product need to be upgraded.

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  14. I had a 25% coupon to purchase Niki sneakers for my 12 year old grandson & none of the shoe stores would honor my coupon because they said they "do not honor" any coupons! I was absolutely "taken back"! Not only are your sneakers very expensive ($80.00 a pair without tax). They are not the only sneaker in the world!!! And I just couldn't believe it when I got home I noticed the Niki sneaker is made in Vietnam! And this is an $80.00 pair of sneakers made in Vietnam. If I noticed this before I brought the sneakers home I would definitely have never ever bought these sneakers. My brother was a Marine & died as a result of Vietnam serving his country volunteering for two tours of active duty in Vietnam. What do you actually think your sneakers are made with "gold". I will definitely think five times before I will ever ever buy another pair of Niki sneakers again!!!

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  15. bought some sneakers less than two months ago the sole on one foot has come loose on the left foot and the stitching on the other foot is unraveling, after reading these comments I wont bother trying to contact customer service. I have a pair of sketchers that I have had for over 12 years not one problem with them. sketchers it is for me for now on.

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  16. yes bought a pair of nike air zoom turf shoes and the bottom has came loose would like another pair and also have my receipt can you please reply back thanks.

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  18. I purchased a pair of Nike crosstrainers going on two years now and I have been dissastisfied since day one. I kept thinking that they would get more comfortable to wear as time went on and I "broke them in". Not!! I'm on my feet daily up to ten hours some times and I spent a lot of money on these shoes thinking that they would be worth the investment. I have recently developed plantar fasciitis in my right heel and I honestly believe that these particular pair of Nike shoes caused it. I want to file a formal complaint but Nike will probably do nothing about the situation, so I just won't be purchasing anything from Nike ever again and that goes for my friends and family as well!! Nike does not back there product!! Shame on this corporation!! I will stick to my asics from now on. They have you beat by a long shot.

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  19. Ok Nike it's time to get rid of Colin Kaepernick !!! Anyone who disrespects the United States of America, needs to not have an endorsement deal with any company. I'm not buying Nike's as long as you endorse Colin Kaepernick!!!!! i will be telling all family and friends to stop buying until we see him GONE!!!! HOW a millionaire who has his head in the clouds can be so disrespectul is beyond words!!!! Nike do the right thing and can his butt!!!!!

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    1. I am with you everyone needs to take all their nikes and donate them to veterans shelters. my family is done!

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    2. Get over your Trump propaganda and start using your brains. Kaepernick is exercising his right to speak out against the government. This is a freedom that was bought by our veterans. Is this Korea where no one can criticize the government? Colin stated very clearly WHY he was respectfully refusing to stand: protesting racial injustice that is sanctioned by people like you.
      This is America...not Russia.

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  20. Nike has been my favorite store to purchase shoes for my kids until now after the experience that I have had today. NO MORE I made a purchase with my debit card. I'm asking for to get cash back from my transaction, I don't want this put back on my card cause I didn't do it as credit. I wanted to go purchase another pair shoes from a different store. the lies that they tell is unbelievable.72hrs. to have your money return back to you.

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  21. wendell daniels psb 304January 1, 2017 at 12:19 PM

    Nike has been my favorite sports shoe forever im into performance motorcycle racing and the racing boots we wear are ugly and uncomfortable i know nike can build a good looking racing boot and super comfortable
    wendell daniels PSB 304
    [email protected]

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  22. I have wore Nike for years. Your recent support of those who disrespect our country's flag and the blood of our service men and women who gave them that right has caused me to resolve to no longer buy, wear or support Nike. You and the NFL can go bankrupt as far as I care.

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  23. And now you’re making hijabs for Muslims? Really Nike? How much more lower to you plan on going. Why don’t you just pack up shop and move out of America!

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  24. New "Just Do It" promotion

    Kathy Holiday
    4:27 PM (9 minutes ago)
    to info


    I would like to introduce myself to you. I am (was) the wife of a disabled Marine of Vietnam, purple heart award recipient. My husband spent 1 1/2 years in the hospital. He stopped taking his medication 12 years ago and ended up committing suicide. My youngest son to honor his father joined the Marines. He served on the border of IRAQ and Syria. He had his friend die in his arms with his stomach blown out. My son suffers from PTSD, Chronic Kidney Stones, Asthma from the burn pits, a compressed spine and has to struggle every day due to a traumatic brain injury. He spent 2 years in wounded warriors. He is medically retired at 100% disability.

    THESE ARE THE PEOPLE THAT "BELIEVE IN SOMETHING EVEN IF IT MEANS SACRIFICING EVERYTHING!!"

    NOT someone who dishonors the military, the country and the flag that they fought to PROTECT.

    Your new campaign is a SLAP IN THE FACE to all the veterans out there.
    Some might say that the military gave him that right of free speech. BUT he used that free speech on someone else's platform. I don't hear about anything his is doing to continue his fight for social injustice. I can't do that at MY job. All I hear is that he is suing the NFL for collusion... That doesn't sound like someone who is sacrificing everything.

    I am going to my express my freedoms and NOT purchase another NIKE product as long as you run that campaign.

    One last question....

    If Collin Kapernick is sacrificing EVERYTHING, than is all of what you are paying him for this campaign being donated in whole to social injustice?????

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  25. Companies need to keep their politics out of their businesses,so if Nike chooses Kaepernick,we'll be choosing another company.
    Goodbye Nike!

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  26. Wow, just saw that Nike is making Colin Kaepernick the face of the "Just Do It" campaign. He is a disrespectful, anti-American individual and it is a poor corporate decision to have him represent your company. I'm sure your shareholders will not be pleased at the upcoming drop of your stock price resulting from this news. In celebration of your 30th anniversary, we will not be purchasing any Nike shoes, apparel or anything else that your company produces.

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  27. Your association with Colin Kaepernick is disgusting. Thank God my grandson is no longer a Nike fan and went with another popular brand this year. Not one more penny of my hard earned money will support this company. Good day gentlemen.

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  28. Wow, someone needs to lose there job over this marketing deal. Lets see how many customers you lose over this one. You should have used a wounded soldier for the tag line not someone protesting and trying to divide a country.

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  29. Colin what’s his name is the poster child for just do it! Never buy another Nike product........EVER!

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  30. we are at this moment gathering all of the nike gear in our home and donating it to veterans shelters. we will never spend another dime on nike. my money wont make any difference to you but we are taking our stand. its a shame that our country has come to this that honor for our flag and national anthem are no longer sacred. my father spent 25 years in the military. he did 3 tours in Vietnam for a country that didn't support him but it didn't matter it was his country. as a child I didn't understand the importance of standing at attention for the flag. after 9/11 watching death and destruction and how our country stood up to defend itself I was proud of our nation. I think its totally sad spoiled petty children are being told its ok to disrespect anything you don't agree with. shame shame shame

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  31. Nike has LOST ME as a customer! Colin Kaepernick sacrificed NOTHHING!
    https://www.facebook.com/sidney.young.56/posts/250794622443499?hc_location=ufi

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  32. I will never buy a pair of Nike's again. You have dishonored every veteran

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  33. Unfortunately, Live Chat is not an option right now. Live Chat is available every day from 8am - 5pm, Pacific Time. In the meantime, you can check Nike.com/Help to find the answer to your question.


    I wanted to let NIKE know how proud of the company I was for selecting Colin Kapernick for their ad! What a great position, what a great public stance. I guess I better go out and buy some NIKE to support a company such as this!

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  34. Very disappointed in Nike’s decision to use Colin Kaepernick as the face of their new ad campaign. Bad decisions by an individual should not be rewarded, especially by an organization such as Nike. Our sports organization will suspend our sponsorship by Nike as a result of thlis ad campaign.

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  35. Colin Kaepernick has a right to his opinion, so do I. I will no longer support Nike. Not another dollar will I spend. I will proudly where a competitors shoes. Its so sad. You drop Tiger for marital indiscretions and insult our service men with Colin just do it. No more Nike, no more NFL. College football is the ticket.

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  36. Maybe you'll produce a line of anti-cop little piggy socks to match your crappy shoes. One things for certain, I'll never buy you products again.....GFY.

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  37. You picked Colin.....lol. Keep your politics out of your products. You lost me as a customer.

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  38. I can't believe you've hired Colin Kaepernick as your spokesman. Do you realize that you have offended more that half your buying base? If I was a shareholder I would bring you up on charges of mismanagement where by your actions you have effectively reduced the value of my stake in Nike. Needless to say I have bought my last pair of Nike footwear and clothing. What I have will now go to the DUMP!

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  39. I have been running for 30+ years and wearing Nike shoes, shorts, shirts and socks. That ended today. Your support of Colin Kaepernick is an insult to this country and our Vets. I'll no longer use any of your products. Your action is disgusting.

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  40. I wont be buying nike ever again, with kapernick as your role model

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  41. I am a father of four boys. We have wore Nike products for over two decades. I recently saw the News report stating you plan to use Collin Kaepernick as a spokes person for you New advertisements. This individual was a blite on the NFL. He is no longer good enough to play the GAME and thinks the NFL has a secret vendeta against him and it's there fault that he cant play. He's not GOOD ENOUGH to play anymore. But like so many others he wants something for nothing and wants to take some one to court and sue them.That shows his motivation, and it's not the GAME it's the MONEY. If thats is what you wish to advertise than "Just Do It" I won't be spending any money on Nike anymore. I want my sons to grow up knowing that hard work and a good work ethic makes a good life and not seeing what you can get for doing nothing.

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  42. I WILL NEVER BUY A NIKE PRODUCT KNOWING THAT "RICH UN - AMERICAN " CRY BABY IS INVOLVED WITH ANYTHING LABELED NIKE ! IM DONE

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  43. I am appalled at Nike's new add. Sacrifice? Get real. Making a few million less than previous years so that Kaepernick can disrespect our flag, our country. That is Nike's definition of sacrifice? No need to say more, the add speaks for itself. Poor choice. I will donate my Nike gear to people in need, (rather than burn it) and will never purchase anything from this company again.

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  44. NIKE used to be about inclusion, not exclusion. Please just sell shoes, not politics or so-called social justice. Nike is not a single race shoe, but for all. Come back to a real America, not a west coast amerika. Life is for the LIVING. Sports is all about LIVING. Not everybody feels that things are so bad that we have to ruin it all for everyone. Time to do a 180. Smell the Roses, not the garbage. Thank you for making the right decision to honor your country and its service men and women. ( This from a disabled veteran)

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  45. Nike used to be about inclusion not exclusion. Nike is a capitalist company, not a socialist pseudo-organization. Please do a 180 and retreat from a position that degrades Nike and the rest of the country, its servicemen and women, all public servants who uphold the law protecting Nike from aggressive crazies, and--- veterans like me who are now disabled but hold country in the highest esteem. Thank you.

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  46. How can you make your just do it new add with a football player who clearly meant to and did disrespect the American flag. Football games are for playing football not for players to protest. NFL players have access to many other forums to protest or speak on behalf of their cause. AS FAR AS I AM CONCERNED THIS MAKES nike JUST AS GUILTY AS TO DISRESPECTING THE FLAG."SHAME ON YOU" To be honest I had already stopped buying most nike products with the exception of a few items when marked down by 75%. I have found other brands to be much better quality for the money. However if the nike products were marked down 95 percent I would not buy them. ....nike should stick with selling it's merchandise not promoting the DISRESPECT OF THE AMERICAN FLAG. .....I WILL PRAY FOR YOU ALL. Please pull the add

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  47. I will NEVER buy Nike products again nor will I support any store that sells Nike products. Signing Kapernick is an insult and an offense to anyone who does not respect our flag. Mothers, Fathers, Children have given their lives for this freedom and now you are paying a LOSER millions of dollars to disrespect those lives that have been given. Shame on YOU!

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  48. You ought to be ashamed supporting Kaepernick and those other NFL criminals. Half the black men in the NFL have criminal records and they have the nerve to disrespect our flag, military and Police Officers. What a low thing that Nike supports and promotes these idiots. I guarantee you I will never buy a Nike product again.

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  49. We will never buy your clothes again. You are a disgrace. Our grandfathers suffered tremendously so you can say what you want. Youshould have respect for uyour country which has given you so much.

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  50. Nike sux!

    Go buy www.newbalance.com instead thet're made in the USA!

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  51. Just Do it: NO MORE NIKE stuff. Any company that would sow division in our country - and perhaps more violence - just to make a buck, doesn't deserve any patronage by people who love this country. But you are globalists and don't care about the country that gave you everything.

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  52. Hey Nike! Hiring Kaepernick is like you condoning 9/11.. Hope you go bankrupt and for the rest who back him, get out of our country.

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  53. I have been an,lifelong consumer of Nike,product's. And now because of your ,BOLD STATEMENT, on your new JUST DO IT,campaign, my great grandchildren will also join my lifelong commitment to your superior quality athletic products.. OUTSTANDING JOB NIKE..!! You've bolstered my allegiance to your product line.!! And by the way,please don't eliminate leather, completely. The new 3d printed shoes or stylish,a lot of your customers still love leather.Thanks for,JUST DOING THE RIGHT THING...!!

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