Revolucion Named a "Remarkable LGBTQ Companies to Watch"

StartOut, a non-profit dedicated to fostering and developing entrepreneurship in the LGBTQ community, named revolucion one of its "32 Remarkable LGBTQ Companies to Watch."

"We're so honored to be included on the list," says founder and CEO Jason Leon. "As a married gay couple running a business, it's great to be recognized by StartOut and to be a part of such a passionate group of business leaders." 


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Latest Love Index Released

Today, we are thrilled to release our latest Love Index, a tally of the giveback to our four nonprofit partners. Your purchases are making a meaningful difference in the lives of children and young adults around the world, from young girls at risk for trafficking in rural Thailand to homeless teenagers in San Diego who just need a hand up to get them back on their feet. 

Love in Action Index



Summer of Love with Italia Nigro


As we get ready for an epic Summer 2017, we asked some of our favorite revolucion fans to share their plans, memories and workouts for summer. Today, we kick off the series with Brand Champion Italia Nigro of Santa Monica.
Italia in Black Rupa Leggings and Red Deb Halter

Five Questions with Co-Founder Steve Dobbins


Today, we sit down with co-founder Steve Dobbins to ask five questions about revolucion’s marketing strategy and its Love in Action mission. In addition to his role with revolucion, Steve leads the Dobbins Group, a full-service consultancy that works with companies around the world — including revolucion — to help solve marketing and communications challenges.

Steve in Eric shorts and Roche tank

Faces of Love in Action: Som Ying

Today, we begin a series of Love In Action profiles featuring real people whose lives are being touched by your revolucion purchases and the extraordinary work of our non-profit partners.

When Som Ying was only two years old, her father was put in jail and her mother, who suffers from a heart condition, was forced to raise her and her younger sister on her own for the 17+ years since. Because her mother must work so much, she couldn’t be available to help Som Ying with her problems, which left Som Ying feeling very alone and without guidance—until she met the staff at The Freedom Story.

Som Ying Freedom Story