How Companies Are Encouraging Voter Registration

September 23, 2020 By [email protected]_84 Off

With the presidential elections only weeks away, a number of retailers, tech companies, and prime brands are eagerly working with Rock the Vote to encourage their customers to register to vote. Many Rock the Vote partners ranging from stores to tech platforms are using unique ideas to encourage voter registration. 

Brushers to Cast Ballots with Hello Products

The U.S. personal care brand Hello Products launched on Tuesday—on National Voter Registration Day– its first limited edition Empowermint Fluoride Free Toothpaste. Each tube is sold for $1.00 that goes to Rock the Vote to help build political power among young people.

“We’ve thoughtfully crafted Empowermint paste because we believe voting is one of the friendliest things you can do,” the company said.

New shopping experience with Foot Locker 

Foot Locker  (FL) – Get Report, the leading sportswear company, is offering voter registration services to shoppers who will only fill up some information to sign up to check to see if they are registered, sign up to receive election reminders, and register to vote.

Cox Enterprises Launches Election Center

On September 9, the communications and automotive industries’ leader Cox Enterprises launched an election center for its employees where they can register to vote and have access to other resources in the process. They will be updated about their registration status, search for their polling location, sign up for election reminders, and view their state polling priorities.

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