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In 2012, a 16-year-old named Matthew Walzer, cheap nike shoes wholesale free shipping who was born with cerebral palsy, wrote what became known as the #NikeLetter. It asked CEO Mark Parker if Nike could create a show that he could put on and tie himself:
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