Under Armour Interview Questions
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I have a great interest in sports, specifically lacrosse and I appreciate how your company has a line for that sport in particular especially because other brands aren't very keen on it due to its lack of national popularity... I also feel strongly about your views and values, one line in particular being I WILL WHAT I WANT... I have found this statement to be very motivating in my own life and that's why I want to work at Under Armour.
I want to work for UA because I relate greatly to the companies core values. Teamwork is something that is important to me when growing a brand...Working together to create incredible functional products.
I have always loved the Under Armour brand as they seem to have the best fitness products - something to keep you cool in the warm season, something to keep you warm in the cool seasons, new shoes that'll work for whatever specific training you do personally. I have always been fascinated by the innovation and only imagine the kind of passion that goes into making such a company so great. I want to bring my own passion to the table and do what I can to help those in the fitness industry find what they need.
When I went to the Summer League Sample Sale last year on both days, I felt like I belonged there at Tide Point. To be part of a worldwide brand located in my hometown and work hard to support fellow team members would be an honor and privilege.
Because it olds like a lot of fun being surrounded by awesome workers and being around my favorite brand.
It is a very popular brand and I would be proud to e working for a company such as this.
I believe in the UA product and want to be a part of a brand that is revolutionizing the world of sports.
I want to be part of the team that strives in innovating and.
I would love to be part of this incredibly hardworking and dedicated team. I feel that I could be a big asset to the company and it will allow me to grow even more as a person.