At Under Armour, we make a simple promise: to make you better. This commitment isn’t just to our athletes but also extends to our community. We know democracy is the ultimate team sport, but too many are blocked from playing. Our Run to Vote initiative will ensure we can work with our partners to educate, mobilize, and empower Americans so we can all make an impact on our democracy. We are working to increase voter turnout by putting as many voters on the playing field as we can. Check out the resources below, then get registered and go vote. Let’s all make an impact this election season.
Have you made your plan to vote?
Election Day is November 3 – your last day to make your vote heard in this election season. Under Armour is partnering with Vote.org to help you make your voice heard.
CEO’S FIRST VOTE IGNITES PUSH FOR GREATER TURNOUT
Patrik Frisk cast his first vote in an election as a high school senior in his native Sweden, where he fondly remembers days of debates from students representing seven different political parties and all of his classmates being excited to vote for the first time.
MAP MY RUNRUN TO VOTE CHALLENGE
Join now and log 11.3 miles between October 12 and Election Day (11/3) to show that you’re ready to #RUNTOVOTE this November!
CHALLENGE DATES | Oct 12 – Nov 4, 2020
WORKOUT TYPES | Indoor Run / Jog, Run, Walk, Hike>
Join the Challenge
If you’re looking to take the challenge to the next level, channel your inner artist and spell out “vote” on your route like creative run crews across the country. Here’s how to get in on the action:
- VISIT | Run route art can only be created at MapMyRun.com, but it will transfer seamlessly to your MapMyRun app. To get started, log in to the website and navigate to Routes > Create.
- CREATE | Load the map for where you want to run and outline your design. Once complete, you can save the route and send it to your phone.
- RUN | Select Load Route on the app before starting your next workout to run your new design. Run the route!
- SHARE | At the end of your workout, share your success with the MapMyRun community, and screenshot your “vote” route art to post on social media using #RunToVote.