Everyone Matters Day - Main Campaign Dates: Fall 2015 to April 6, 2016

Join 20+ major celebrities and world leaders and associate your brand with the massive, extremely important Everyone Matters Day. Four years in the making, it is a global grass roots and social media driven tolerance initiative, raising awareness that EVERYONE is entitled to be treated with dignity and respect, and to be exactly who they are. Stop the judging. Stop the hate. Close to 80 Million have been reached without one ounce of traditional advertising and EVERYONE is getting on board. April 2, 2014 over 150 schools and universities recognized Everyone Matters day with calls to action, sharing "I am" photos and videos en masse. 25 + cities and states drafted official proclamations and also recognized the milestone day in April. These included Dublin and London in the UK, while Los Angeles, Washington, DC, Seattle, San Francisco, Denver, Atlanta, Phoenix, Portland, Minneapolis, Boston, Dallas, Memphis, Tampa and the State of Maine represented with proclamations in the US.

Our EM founder and contributors' continual outreach to global municipalities, schools and universities will ensure we have droves more proclamations in the months leading up to Everyone Matter Day April 19, 2016. There are opportunities for brand association with ongoing calls to action, print and digital promo materials among all global participating entities, and on site student and community engagement with hundreds of thousands. This time, the global media will be in the know and the world will know we have your support.

Where: Schools, Municipalities and Social Media Globally

When: Main Campaign Dates: Fall 2015 to April 19, 2016 Everyone Matters Day

Target Market: Everyone, Everywhere

Demographics: All ages, All walks

Attendance: Hundreds of schools and municipalities globally

Traditional & Social Media Reach: 100 Million +

Partnership Opportunities: Print, TV, Digital, Social, On-Site, Experiential

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