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Charlotte, NC
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Head Held High is all about looking up and forward to your next goal. We all have a path to take and we try to make it on a positive note. Head Held High by no means is a religious "movement." We think you should be able to believe in whatever you think is true in your heart. Our clothes will speak to the many who have been affected one way or another by the recent times and those who are out to hustle. We are here to be creative and have fun while doing it. That's what life is all about...

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Head Held High is a creative outlet that started in 2009 out of Charlotte, NC.  The concept behind the name is just that - living with your Head Held High.  Being positive and staying motivated.  Never getting down on yourself and following your dreams.  The #STAYUP movement starts within yourself.  Just remember when the going gets tough, you can persevere and overcome what can't be done.

Need for SPEED: Ken Block's Gymkhana Six -- Ultimate Gymkhana Grid Course

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Gymkhana Six is here and it's back 2 basics for Ken Block.  These videos are always entertaining mostly because of the production and camera angles used but it looks like Block has even stepped up his driving skills too.  Most of the shots seem like they were done in one take, unlike many Gymkhana's before hand so kudos to the Hoonigan driver.  This is marketing at it's finest...

Here's a description of the video. Enjoy:

Need for Speed and Ken Block present:  Gymkhana SIX:  The Ultimate Gymkhana Grid Course.  Need For Speed's Racing Advisor Ken Block built the ultimate Gymkhana GRID course -- a real-life playground to showcase the sheer speed, fun and exhilarating action of driving. This means all-new obstacles that help raise the difficulty for Block to master in his Ford Fiesta ST RX43 2013 racecar, including maneuvering around a moving wrecking ball and sliding through narrow opening cut into the sides of shipping containers. Block also added videogame elements from Need for Speed Rivals. Watch as he executes multiple jumps, drifts around Lamborghini Aventadors and evades the video game-themed Redview County cops on Segways in his own unique style. You can almost smell the burn of the rubber as he tears up this incredible course. So sit back and enjoy the ride.