But that’s not the whole story, because it doesn’t include the complete and absolute hate he had to endure while going about making those accomplishments. More than anything RESPECT is what I feel for this guy nothing more nothing less.
Anyway here’s the press release for the ‘leave a message’ part:
An Opportunity for Manila Fans to “Leave a Message”
Shortly after LeBron clinched his 2nd championship last month, Nike celebrated the athlete’s success with its “Leave a Message” campaign on digital and social media channels which featured basketball luminaries and influential figures for James, including, Spike Lee, Warren Buffet, Dr. Dre, Coach K, Phil Knight, Drake, Bill Russell and kids from The LeBron James Family Foundation leaving congratulatory messages for LeBron on his answering machine.
In the same way, Filipino fans will have a special opportunity to leave personal messages for LeBron through social media, radio and retail activation starting July 12, 2013. By visiting the Nike Basketball Facebook and Twitter pages, fans can “leave a message” for the two-time champion along with a photo of themself that express a personal message to LeBron. The caption of the photo should tag Nike Basketball Philippines (https://www.facebook.com/nikebasketball.phils) on Facebook or tag @NikePH on Twitter, both including the hashtag #WITNESSHISTORY.
Filipino fans can witness history and see LeBron live on July 23, 2013. Tickets will be distributed at Nike Park in Bonifacio Global City at 12:00 noon on Wednesday, July 17, 2013. Tickets are free of charge and will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. Only two tickets will be given per person.