Humbl Pay, Welcome to The Olympics.
Brian Foote, CEO of HUMBL PAY, has picked a top-notch company to run their NFT marketing campaign. Monster LA holds the recipe of success of pulling in and captivating audiences worldwide. Their curriculum vitae is packed with success. They build value in slicing and dicing short clips typically leaving the viewer either 1) hyped for the final product or 2) spreading news around school or water cooler for a movie still 6-9 months away from its opening. Foote went out and bought the best…but why?
#HUMBLnation wished desperately for a Super Bowl commercial to cut the ribbon on their new global app. What better way to have a coming-out party for the world to see? It didn’t happen much to the disappointment of its loyal followers. This is a classic example of Humbl faithful getting in their own way and not trusting the process. Short-selling artists like Tim S**** prey on feelings like this to fleece investors. Sorry, Timmer…no more free publicity. I may have used one too many asterisks in typing your name.
Can you imagine a stage that could potentially be bigger than the Super Bowl? What about something bigger. If you’re going to roll out your app that is built specifically for a global community, may I suggest a platform like say…..THE OLYMPICS! Brian Foote is a genius. So how does Humbl capitalize on such a scale? They have the marketing platform locked down. They have the company in-house to create the commercial and captivate the world with their FINTECH app. How do you develop a sense of ownership from all the countries involved? Brian has slowly been dropping 1-year sponsorships on gold medal contending athletes.
Who is Gabby Thomas?
“She qualified for the Olympics in Tokyo by winning the 200-meter dash in 21.61 seconds. That’s the fastest in the world this year and second-fastest all time to Florence Griffith-Joyner’s 1988 sprint in Seoul.”.
Who is Ryan Crouser?
“The 28-year-old who built a training ring at his home in Arkansas to stay on point during the coronavirus pandemic shattered a shot put world record Friday night that was set 2 1/2 years before he was born.”
Who is Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce?
“That is the second-fastest time for a woman not named Florence Griffith-Joyner, who clocked a 10.49, a 10.61 and a 10.62 in 1988. Fraser-Pryce also managed to beat Carmelita Jeter’s 10.64 time set in 2009.”
Maybe it’s just me…but I smell Gold Medal NFT’s about to be minted and someone is going to make some serious bank off their talent….forever.
The stage has been set. National anthems will be played to honor the victors. Some of which will be representing not only their country on the podium but also Humbl Pay. How many anthems will be played in honor of PayPal or Venmo? When was the last time you saw an OTC (with a NASDAQ up list goal) stock represented on the grandest stage of sport? The world is changing and so is the competition. Hope your ready PayPal, because Humbl is. Humbl is $1.01/Share at the time of this article.
Stay tuned….this story is far from over. I cannot wait to see if HUMBL PAY drops a commercial on TV in front of a global audience.
Be different…Be HUMBL.
I/we are long in Humbl since November 28, 2020. I will continue to accumulate shares until they up-list to NASDAQ. I am not receiving any compensation at the time of writing this opinion from anyone. I am not a financial advisor and please consult a professional before trading any stocks. This is solely an opinion and should be taken as such. I have downloaded the app and I intend to use it regularly.