Live proud and meet Adam Lambert

AT&T launched its second annual “Live Proud” campaign in honor of Pride Month, and you can be a part of it. "Live Proud" encourages LGBT people and allies to post to submit a meme that expresses awareness, empowerment and pride.

If you submit, you'll be in good company. 2013 GLAAD honoree, Adam Lambert joined the campaign last year and does so again this year. The person with most unique photo that demonstrates how you live proud will win a V.I.P. experience with Adam Lambert. You can find out more about the contest here.

Additionally, AT&T is presenting a live Google Hangout with singer, songwriter and actor, Adam Lambert on Saturday, June 14 at 1:00 PM PDT.

Rich Ferraro, GLAAD's Vice President of Communications & Programs, will be one of the guest panelists! You can tune in here. The Hangout will consist of questions – asked by panelists and Adam’s fans – about the AT&T Live Proud campaign, his highly-anticipated summer tour with Queen and other LGBT topics.

AT&T is joining a number of other corporations who are getting into the Pride spirit with an LGBT-focused marketing campaign. AT&T hopes the campaign and contest will send a message through social media that being proud is something to be celebrated. Join them by using the hashtag #ATTLiveProud. 

 

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