Colin Kaepernick plans to raise $250M for social justice SPAC

Originally published by Jonathan Garber, FOXBusiness The board of directors is completely made up of Black, Indigenous and people of color and represented by a female majority Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick plans to raise $250 million for a special purpose acquisition company focused on racial equality and social justice issues.

Colin Kaepernick forms a SPAC

Originally published by Dan Primack, Axios Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick on Tuesday disclosed that he has formed a blank-check company that will seek to raise $250 million in an IPO.

Quarterback Kaepernick Joins SPAC Frenzy for Social Causes

Originally published by Melissa Cheok, Bloomberg Former NFL quarterback-turned activist Colin Kaepernick is co-sponsoring a blank check company that intends to target companies with an enterprise value “north of approximately $1 billion” that focus on high quality brands and have an established customer base in the U.S.

Colin Kaepernick launches SPAC to target socially-driven firm

Originally published by Reuters Staff, Reuters (Reuters) – A blank-check firm backed by former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick and private investment firm Najafi Companies is aiming to raise about $250 million in its initial public offering (IPO), a regulatory filing showed on Tuesday.

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