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John Cena to discuss #SparkChange for Fourth of July Driving Diversity in America today live at 2PM

SKYY Vodka, John Cena and the National Diversity Council have teamed up to launch a new program to support diversity and keep America beautiful during Independence Day.

This year, instead of deleting those sad, blurry, or just plain bad firework photos – John Cena and SKYY Vodka are encouraging fans to use them to #SparkChange instead. Post them, and use the hashtag #SKYYVodka, and SKYY will donate $5 per post to the National Diversity Council, up to $100,000. Because, while those photos might be fiascos, they will help keep America beautiful.

Beginning today and running through July 4th, consumers everywhere can help support #SparkChange by tagging their photos of fireworks with #SKYYVodka (on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter), to support the National Diversity Council, an organization that tirelessly works to foster a better understanding of diversity and inclusion through various initiatives that promote the many benefits of a multicultural environment in the United States.

Tune in to John’s Facebook at 2PM ET for a conversation on #SparkChange.

Colin Vassallohttps://www.wrestling-online.com
Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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