Remembering the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11

What does the phrase 'Be Limitless' mean to you?
For some, it could mean jumping out of a perfectly good airplane - for fun. For others, it might mean high career goals or a mindset to have when considering possibilities for research. From extreme sports to extreme discoveries, there is truly no limit to what humankind can accomplish and we are reminded of that on this 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. 

Limitless : (adjective) without end, limit or boundaries

On July 20th, 1969, Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Edwin Aldrin Jr took the Be Limitless mindset to the stars and landed on the moon. On this day, they were able to go beyond the boundaries of Earth and become the first humans on the moon. This was such an important day in history, as many still remember where they were and how they felt as they were watching the televised broadcast of Armstrong take the first steps on the moon.  

Bootprint on moon from NASA.gov

"That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." 

As human beings, we often seek out challenges or obstacles for the sole purpose of overcoming them. Not everyone has the drive or means to make it to the moon but here at Apollo Energy Gum®, we're looking to inspire others in their fight to overcome their own challenges. Whether that challenge is making it to space, becoming an olympic athlete, discovering the cure for cancer, running further, lifting heavier, studying harder or simply pushing your way through the ups and downs of life. The possibilities are infinite as long as you keep your mind limitless. 


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