The Bully Text Game: Superstar Edition by WWE Be a STAR and DoSomething #WWEMoms
As families prepare for back to school, some might worry about dealing with bullying. To once again give those families the tools they need, DoSomething.org and WWE Be a STAR anti-bullying initiative are teaming up for a second year for The Bully Text: Superstar Edition.
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“We are proud to once again partner with DoSomething.org and provide thousands with resources to help put an end to bullying in their communities,” said Stephanie McMahon, WWE Chief Brand Officer. “Utilizing our global assets and larger than life WWE Superstars and Divas, we are confident that this campaign will help educate young people on the dangers of bullying and encourage them to stand up for themselves and others.”
From August 3 until Monday, August 31, young people can virtually work their way through six levels of scenarios with guidance from WWE Superstars and Divas, including Roman Reigns®, Dean Ambrose®, Paige®, Natalya® and Alicia Fox®. Then, each player is given options to stand up and speak out against bullying.
For example, “You sit behind Roman. Someone in the back of the bus keeps throwing paper airplanes at him. Do you
A) Play it cool- it's not your fight
B) play Superman?”
Along the way, players will see how their anti-bullying skills compare to others, and ultimately whether they’ve earned the WWE World Heavyweight Championship title in bullying prevention.
Every player will also receive the chance to win a Be a STAR rally at his or her school or community center.
To play Bully Text this year, text BULLY to 38383 (*4 msg/mo. Message and data rates may apply. Text STOP to opt-out, HELP for help) or visit www.DoSomething.org/bully