Help us get #TeamUpSpeakUp Trending

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We won't change the culture on looking out for teammates' concussions unless we get people all across the country learning about and spreading the #TeamUpSpeakUp message. Will you do your part?

1. Share that you took the pledge using #TeamUpSpeakUp
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Once you take the pledge to participate in Team Up Day, tell your friends that you're joining the fight against concussions by using #TeamUpSpeakUp. Tag friends that you think should take the Team Up Day pledge.

2. Take a teamie!
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Chris Nowinski Rob Johnson

It's the lesser-known sibling of the selfie! Take a photo with your teammates with arms around each other and an index finger in the air, signifying that you're teaming up. Concussion Legacy Foundation co-founder and CEO Chris Nowinski and CBS Chicago's Rob Johnson took this teamie after Johnson pledged to #TeamUpSpeakUp.

3. Record the speech and share on social media
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When your coach or team leader gives the speech on teammates looking out for one another when it comes to concussions, record the speech. Share it on social media using #TeamUpSpeakUp and tag the Concussion Legacy Foundation on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram so we spot it and share with our audience. Check out this amazing #TeamUpSpeakUp video from Tampa Prep!

 

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