Two players from the Pittsburgh Steelers, Ben Roethlisberger and Jordan Berry, will be wearing special O.U.R. cleats during this Monday’s game to support the fight against child trafficking. Each player on the team will be representing a cause as a part of the “My Cause, My Cleats” initiative.
Jordan Berry, the Steeler’s kicker, decided to paint his own shoes. “I only did the one on my plant foot,” said Berry. “I don’t want to mess my kicking foot too much. On my plant foot I will do my own. I did it myself. I have the stuff at home to do it. I thought, why not give it a try. If it wasn’t any good I could call around and get someone to do it for me. But it turned out pretty good.”
Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will also be wearing O.U.R. shoes to support the cause.
Tim Ballard visited the Pittsburgh Steelers this year to share O.U.R.’s mission with them. At the beginning of November, Coach Mike Tomlin and Tim Ballard announced the new partnership between the Steelers and O.U.R. We are excited to have the Steelers’ support in the fight against trafficking!
The game will air this Monday, December 4th, at 8:15pm EST, available on espn.com/watch.
What can YOU Do?
Everyone, including high school sports teams, is always welcome at CrossFit O.U.R. All membership proceeds go to supporting the fight against trafficking. For more information, visit www.crossfitour.com.
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