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ASICS partners with St. Luke's Medical Center for Healthcare Week

For a frontliner, every step forward is another life saved.

St. Luke's healthcare workers unbox their ASICS CARE shoes.
To show its appreciation to the frontliners' work and sacrifices and jumpstart Healthcare Week, leading athletic footwear ASICS has partnered with St. Luke's Medical Center in Global City by distributing CARE shoes to the hospital's Emergency Room staff and doctors. 

These CARE shoes are lightweight sneakers with neutral cushioning, helping provide the comfort needed for the thousands of steps healthcare workers take to save thousands of lives.

The recipients were all smiles as they read the inspiring message from ASICS, unboxed their CARE shoes and quickly put them on, ready for duty.

ASICS will continue its corporate social responsibility by partnering with hospitals to provide their staff and doctors with their own pairs of CARE shoes.

Headquartered in Kobe, Japan, ASICS is a leading designer, manufacturer and retailer of high-performance athletic footwear, apparel and accessories. Founded in 1949 by Kihachiro Onitsuka, the company name is derived from the Latin saying Anima Sana In Corpore Sano (“A Sound Mind in a Sound Body”), and this maxim continues to guide the activities of the organization as a whole. ASICS has regional operations in Japan, the Americas, Europe, and Oceania, as well as South, East, and Southeast Asia, distributing products to over 150 countries and regions worldwide. The company also operates the Onitsuka Tiger classic footwear and HAGLOFS brands.

For additional details, visit https://www.instagram.com/p/CAPW43LnsfM/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

Topics: ASICS , CARE , St. Luke's Medical Center , Emergency Room
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