Who will be paying for some seniors’ college application fees next year? The “Answer” is Reebok.
Former NBA player Allen Iverson presented a gift to students at his alma mater, Bethel High School, via Reebok. According to Complex, sneaker giant will cover all college application fees to celebrate the latest Reebok “Origins” pack that features two signature Allen Iverson sneakers.
Reebok is covering college application costs for approximately 400 students for Bethel High’s 2021 senior class. “Nothing should limit you from applying to any school you want to consider,” Iverson said via video. “By working with Reebok to cover the application costs of rising seniors at Bethel High, I want the next generation of game-changers to see college as a route to success, whether they want to be an artist or a doctor.”
The students will also receive sneakers.
Our class of 2021 was just informed that Reebok will pay for ALL of their college application fees next year as well as a free pair of kicks!
Read that again…..#reebok#alleniversonlovesBHS pic.twitter.com/kms9dYYyDt
— Lee Martin (@AthleticsBethel) March 4, 2020
Not only is Reebok covering Bethel High seniors college application fees, but the sneaker giant is giving other 2021 seniors the same opportunity. The instructions for students are given on the Reebok website.
Iverson is an NBA Hall of Famer who averaged 26.7 points, 3.7 rebounds, and 6.2 assists during his career. He won the 1997 Rookie of the Year Award and was the 2001 regular-season MVP. “The Answer” as he was called, was also an 11-time All-Star and four-time scoring champion.
The featured Iverson sneakers the “Bethel” Answer V and the “Georgetown” Question Mid can be purchased right now on Reebok.com for retail prices of $140–$150.