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Volume 1: No. 3, July 2004

VERB™ — A Social Marketing Campaign to Increase Physical Activity Among Youth

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VERB™ Bumper sticker poster

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A car is covered with a humorously large number of bumper stickers, all of them describing the sports in which the owners' children participate.

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Encourage your kids to try new things.

Getting your kids out, active, and participating in new and different activities helps them build self esteem, gain confidence, and feel better. With your help and inspiration, you, too, could see a change in your child over time (as well as your car). VERB. It's getting kids into action.

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