Anchor Inspires Kiwis to ‘Go Strong’ with Real Stories

Want to be inspired? Anchor has launched a new campaign entitled ‘Go Strong‘, featuring everyday Kiwis showcasing their stories of strength. A series of mini films set to capture genuine moments and real life examples of strength. The films are aimed to inspire Kiwis to believe in themselves. Watch the videos for some instant empowerment from individuals you can relate to. Here are three of the eight sharing their ‘Go Strong’ moments:

Anchor Sean Wilson & Sam Pallas Trampolinists

1. “Strength gives us self-belief. The belief that we can fly.” – Sean Wilson & Sam Pallas Trampolinists

The passion that started when they were young, Sean and Sam have been award-winning trampolinists from Auckland. They both have the love for their sport, so when they met in class and discovered their likeness, the duo has been working together in Synchronised Trampoline.

 

Anchor Ben McLellan & Casper McLellan

2. “It may be the hardest job in the world, but what you give them now, will stay with them for the rest of their lives.” Ben McLellan Young Father

As every parent’s dream to take care and open opportunities for their children, Ben shares his experience and dreams for his son Casper. A young father with aspirations to build a better future one step at a time.

 

Colleen

3. “Your birth certificate says 80, your mind tells you 30, what does your body say?” Colleen Harris 80-year-old Hip Hop Dancer

If you think you’re too old to start something, then think again. Colleen did not let her age define who she can be and what she can do. We might have Parris Goebel as queen of hip hop dance right now, but Colleen is another brave soul worth putting in the spotlight. It’s never too late. Go Strong!

To know more about the campaign, click to watch the video.

 

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Anchor, but all thoughts and opinions are author’s own.

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