Customers may “switch” any pre-owned hoodie for a new Champion sweatshirt at selected Champion outlets for free on Saturday as part of Champion’s National Hoodie Swap Day promotion.
John Shumate, Vice President of Global Marketing at Champion, stated in a news release that How to Give a Hoodie and Get a Hoodie
“The Champion Hoodie Exchange honors our supporters by allowing everyone to swap in any used pretender hoodie for a free Champion hoodie.” Ahegao irl
It’s how we honor the Champion’s status as a style authority. How to Give a Hoodie and Get a Hoodie
Where to go
Citadel is located at 100 Citadel Drive, Suite 125, Commerce, CA 90040 Citadel, 123 S. La Brea Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90036
How to participate
Go to one of the two Champion locations specified, grab an old sweatshirt from your wardrobe, and enter. From 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.,
or while supplies last, will be the event’s operating hours. Please remember that there is a limit of one swap per client. How to Give a Hoodie and Get a Hoodie
In order to encourage others to follow suit, Saweetie, Champion’s first-ever Global Cultural Consultant,
will be the first to trade in a used hoodie in her native Los Angeles at the Champion Heritage Shop.
From my first Champion sweatshirt, which I fell in love with for its comfort, style, and fit, in high school,
Saweetie has been a fan. “As a hoodie collector, there is nothing that compares to the quality of a Reverse Weave hoodie.
I’m thrilled to participate in the company’s hoodie swap and give the country a classic piece of clothing.
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