Don’t you just love when two brands you know and love partner up? AT&T + TOMS are celebrating a decade of good together.
These two companies teach us all about the magic that happens when one hand helps the other by using technology to take us on a TOMS giving trip to Colombia using virtual reality. AT&T has been with TOMS since the beginning, powering their network as TOMS grew from working out of an apartment to a global brand. This year, TOMS is marking its 10-year anniversary and we’re excited to be celebrating the milestone with Blake Mycoskie (the founder and Chief Shoe Giver at TOMS) and his team. Hear this incredible story from Blake himself on how his relationship with AT&T began.
You know I’m a believer in technology (I mean, I’m The Digital Latina! :)) and because we live in a world where technology has become the backbone of many of our businesses both great and small. Technology makes life easier, helps us work smarter and keeps us connected even though we may be miles away.
As a working mom, technology helps me build my digital presence, enables me to update my community remotely or update my family and friends while I’m traveling the country and the world.
Recently, my youngest daughter started at a new daycare and the thought of someone new caring for my little one brought lots of insecurity and anxiety. Via texts, photos and phone calls, I’m able to relax and know that my child is in good hands and that allows me to work without worries. Thanks to technology for making that happen!
Be sure to watch the 360 video and learn more here
This summer, fans will be able to learn how AT&T is supporting TOMS’ mission of one for one giving through several immersive experiences, both in person and online. If you’re not able to catch the VR events in person, “A Walk in Their Shoes” will be available via 360 on AT&T’s YouTube Channel. For those that don’t have a VR enabled device, 100k pairs of TOMS shoes sold online will include a cardboard viewer. And, AT&T’s fast network makes viewing VR content right from your mobile device super easy.
Disclosure: This post is brought to you by AT&T