Win Nike Sneaks And Company Stocks
Just do itBy Dinushka Gunasekara | 17th July 2020
While Michael Jordan is no stranger to changing the game, even he couldn’t foresee the legendary lineage he would create when he first laced up those iconic black and red kicks back in 1985. Not only did the first pair of Air Jordans cop him a $5,000 fine every time he stepped on the NBA court, but they redefined the relationship between basketball and culture to become the most coveted possession of any sneakerhead.
The birth of the Jumpman, however, wasn’t just a monumental moment for street-style Pinterest boards and wannabe MJs – it kicked up a fuss on Wall Street. Between that and the worldwide binging of Netflix’s The Last Dance, there’s never been a better time to wear your favourite Nike sneakers and own a stake in them too, which is exactly what these two very generous Aussie legends are dropping straight to you.
The homegrown app that gives you access to the US stock market, Stake, and Sydney sneaker bar, Butter, are partnering up to give away 10 limited edition Air Jordan sneakers valued at $500 each and Nike company stocks valued at US$100. That means the rare Air Jordan Fire Red 4s, Air Jordan Grape 5s, Air Jordan 13s and the OGs themselves, the Air Jordan 1, could be all yours, baby. You also have the chance to win a free share with Dropbox or GoPro because, you know, why not?
The rules are simple. Just sign up to Stake here using the referral code ‘butter’, fund your account within 24 hours of it being ready and spin. If you get a Nike stock, you’ll also get a $500 voucher to spend at Butter, because nothing goes better with sneakers than fried chicken, hip hop and champagne.
With the number of Aussie Nike traders having increased by 45% since 2019 and more Gen Z and Y Nike investors than all older generations combined, you need to be the MJ of traders to stay ahead of the game. That’s why, as part of the exclusive drop, Stake is hosting a virtual panel with well-respected trading experts and commentators on July 21. To find out more and register, head here.