Ilana Glazer Is Not a Fan of Running, and That's Perfectly OK in New Nike Campaign

Two-person Portland shop Megs and Shamus led the work

Nike was founded as a sneaker company by runners, for runners. A young runner-turned-business student named Phil Knight had an idea for a new way to distribute running shoes, his old coach at the University of Oregon poured rubber into a waffle iron to create a new tread, and together they set the running world on fire.