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November 11, 1999 - Image 20

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20A - The Micnugan Daily - Thursday, November 11, 1999

(HINT: PROBABLY NOT
FROM THE GUY CARRYING A SIGN
AND YELLING "NIKE SUCKS!")

We've got some pretty
vocal critics. Despite what
you might have heard, Nike
doesn't ignore problems in
its factories. For the record,
we have some of the most
comprehensive independent
labor monitoring programs
of any company in the world.
That's a fact. You'll find
more at www.nikebiz.com.
Still skeptical? Then we
invite you to find out for

yourself. Because right at
the site, you can apply for
one of ten positions with a
PricewaterhouseCoopers
monitoring team, and join
them on inspections of our
overseas factories.
Make no mistake: these
will be actual positions as
foreign labor monitors-not
just "meet and greet" visits
to a "model" facility that's
been cleaned up for public

consumption. You'll work
your ass off investigating
factories, talking to workers,
and ultimately, writing a
report for the world.
So the next time you
hear somebody ranting
about Nike's "sweatshops,"
try and remember the
expression, "I'll believe it
when I see it." Because
as of now, we're giving you
a chance to do just that.

www.nikebiz com

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