Eminem, Pharrell, 2 Chainz and More Team Up With StockX to Raffle Rare Sneakers for Hurricane Relief
Online marketplace, StockX, has teamed up with a number of high-profile celebrities and athletes to help those affected by the recent catastrophes caused by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. Tapping hip-hop artists Eminem, Pharrell Williams, Snoop Dogg and 2 Chainz, StockX looks to assist those in need during these difficult times.
Launching their hurricane relief campaign yesterday, the Detroit-based sneaker resell site has a total of 17 limited edition sneakers. With Eminem’s rare and limited Air Jordan 4 Retro Carhartt collaboration leading the way, other standout sneakers from StockX’s campaign include—Pharrell’s adidas NMD HU F&F sneakers, 2 Chainz’s Ewing Athletics 33 Hi silhouette and Snoop’s Adidas Superstar Bush F&F sneakers. Also, joining the rappers and StockX for the cause are superstar athletes LeBron James, Stephen Curry and Russell Wilson, as well as Virgil Abloh, Joe Buscemi and Don C.
To participate in StockX’s relief efforts, simply head over to the StockX website and donate $10 between now and Mon., Sept. 25. Each donor will receive one entry ticket for a chance to win the sneaker they desire. With all the funds raised from the campaign, Eminem will match up to $250,000, with all proceeds going to the Greater Houston Foundation and Team Rubicon.
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