Tim Cook pays a surprise visit to Apple Store in Georgetown on World AIDS Day

Tim Cook today posted on Twitter some photos of him with Apple Store employees in Georgetown, along with RED CEO’s Deborah Dugan. This was a surprise visit by Apple’s CEO with the exact reason of the visit being unknown.

Apple Store employees started wearing red T-shirts to create awareness about AIDS on World AIDS day. Apple’s 0 Comments across its store throughout the world yesterday to create aware about AIDS. Apple had unveiled the new uniform for its retail employees just before the holiday season began in the United States.
Apple has been a member of the (RED) campaign since 2006 and has raised more than $75 million for its fund through the sale of (RED) branded products. This year though, it has been pushing its (RED) campaign more than usual. The company has teamed up with developers to turn 25 apps on the App Store to (RED) for two weeks, with proceeds from the sale of the new content in these apps going directly towards (RED)’s Global fund to fight AIDS.

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