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Rebranding in the Works for One World Futbol Project

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Chevrolet latched onto the One World Futbol Project in a three year partnership, in an effort to position itself as a socially and globally conscious brand. Together, Chevy and One World Futbol have delivered 35 million soccer balls—and not just any soccer balls, but virtually indestructible soccer balls—to disadvantaged children across 75 different countries, including kids less fortunate here in the United States.

Rebranding in the Works for One World Futbol Project

The One World Futbol Project is being rebranded as the One World Play Project.

Now, the One World Futbol Project is in the process of rebranding its campaign, according to Forbes. The name of the project itself will change to One World Play Project, using the new message, “Play Anywhere, Everywhere.”

“Anywhere” is meant to highlight the fact that these soccer balls, because of their unique advantage of surviving the harshest terrains and most aggressive play, can be used virtually anywhere. (As a side note, the One World Play Project looks to expand from just soccer balls to a variety of sports equipment.) The “everywhere” indicates the project’s wide reach across the globe. And “play,” of course, is integral to both the new message and name, as the project aims to “shine a light on play around the world,” according to Neill Duffy, the Chief Catalyst of the rebranded project.

“What we’ve learned after having been in the field for the last four years now, is one, the value of play,” explained Duffy. “We’ve experienced first-hand the importance and the role that ‘play’ plays in helping individuals grow and thrive. We’ve seen the difference that the ball makes, and when kids play, they blossom and become different people almost through the opportunity that it presents.”

And Duffy was sure to thank Chevy for its part in the success of the One World Futbol Project and the continued success of the One World Play Project: “Without Chevrolet, we couldn’t have achieved the kind of scale we have achieved. They’ve been central and core to helping us be successful.”

News Source: Forbes

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    Jason Fischbein is the General Manager at Ted Britt Chevrolet in Sterling, VA. He’s from Potomac, MD and graduated from the University of Maryland in College Park. He is an avid Wizards and Redskins fan, and enjoys spending time with his two children and family. Jason has been in the auto industry since 1987, and is proud of his staff at the all-new Ted Britt Chevrolet. The dealership has only been open since September 2012 and is already a DealerRater 2014 Dealer of the Year!