After donating $1.5 million worth of shoes through its Extra Mile campaign, the brand continues to be socially aware by taking a stand for immigrants.
The company tweeted that it will not judge someone based on where they were born or their religion.
ASICS does not judge someone if their run or workout is hard or easy, and will not judge anyone by where they are born or how they worship.
— ASICS America (@ASICSamerica) January 31, 2017
The tweet was well received by the public and employees alike, with employee Jesse Cavazos tweeting his support.
@ASICSamerica -I’m proud to work for ASICS America.
— Jesse Cavazos (@jesse_cavazos) January 31, 2017
Asics furthered the cause through posting a similar sentiment to its Instagram account.
Only time will tell if opponents of the ban like Asics will have an impact on the legislation.