Jaden Smith And Hailey Bieber Come Together For Levis Campaign
The US Election is less than 75 days away. While there is a constant debate on what will happen in this year’s election, there is a side business that is swiftly making use of this opportunity. All the fashion brands see it as there chance to market themselves and gain some publicity for their products. Levis is also making use of this opportunity by releasing a campaign with their brand ambassadors Jaden Smith and Hailey Bieber. The campaign aims to encourage people to vote for this year’s election.
Jaden Smith And Hailey Bieber To Discuss On The Upcoming Elections
The voting campaign of Levis is called ‘Use Your Voice’. Levis is organizing a discussion that will include Jaden Smith, Hailey Bieber, political commentator Angela Rye, and producer and director Oge Egbuonu. It will be a panel discussion that will cover various aspects of this year’s election. This year’s election is an exciting one as it is set against the backdrop of Black Lives Matter and coronavirus. While Trump is trying hard to get a second term, Joe Biden looks like the favourite to win the election.
Levis New Video With Jaden And Hailey Urges People To Vote
Levis recently launched their campaign on YouTube that provides a good and interesting take on this year’s election. The video features Jaden Smith And Hailey Bieber along with other prominent stars like Miguel, and others like Thandiwe Abdullah, Jazmine Williams, and Jon M. Chu. In the video, they urge the youth of the US to get out of their house on 3 November to vote for this year’s election. Levis has made exclusive ‘Vote’ outfits as a part of this campaign.
Jaden Smith And Hailey Bieber’s Levis Campaign Is More Than Just Marketing
Jaden Smith and Hailey Bieber’s Levis video is more than just a way to sell Levis products. Most of the news channels and other media only highlight about the presidential race. However, Levis made it a point to ensure that they also make people aware that they also have to elect House of Representatives, US Senate, governors, judges, and district attorneys. The campaign tried to make them understand that the people can bring a change locally if they cast their votes.