Mizuno Running unveiled their NEW “What If Everybody Ran?” campaign.
Originating from the belief that sports have the ability to transform a person in a multitude of ways, they asked the simple question: What If Everybody Ran?
They set out to understand the impact of running if more people were runners, then partnered with the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School to conduct an analysis that put perspective around the concept.
The results were incredible: an estimated $143 billion savings in health care costs, 200 million inches lost from American waistlines, increased average life expectancy of 6.2 years in men and 5.6 years in women, along with29.3 million happier marriages and 63 million happier dogs.
What if everyone YOU loved ran? How would that change your life?
Want to read more about the analysis? Check out the “What If Everybody Ran?” microsite at IfEverybodyRan.com to be taken on a running journey to see the potential of a world of runners. The “What If Everybody Ran” anthem video is also on MizunoRunning.com , the Mizuno YouTube page and Mizuno Running North America Facebook Page!