Courtesy of Citybizlist – Under Armour, looking to attract more women to its sports apparel brand, has launched a “What’s Beautiful” digital competition.

The “What’s Beautiful” contest, to be hosted on the microsite and a mobile app, provides a motivational online community to women to help them meet and exceed physical goals.

The three women who rise to the top of the “What’s Beautiful” challenge will receive a one-year sponsorship deal with the company.

“It’s also an opportunity for [Under Armour] to max its ROI on social media, while building a closer relationship with its core customer,” Adrienne Lofton-Shaw, senior director of women’s marketing for Under Armour, tells Marketing Daily. “What we get really frustrated with is advertisers who talk about beauty in terms of how you look, not what you are made of,” she says. “So this site, which allows women to enter any kind of fitness goal, whether it’s competing in the Ironman or running your first mile, is about tenacity, and never quitting.”

Through the microsite, women will be encouraged to declare a goal that challenges their personal fitness and post proof of their progress in the form of videos, photos, and diary entries.

After nine weeks, Under Armour will nominate ten finalists to be featured on the “What’s Beautiful” homepage and mobile app. Ultimately, three winners will be named – two by Under Armour selection and one by public vote.

The “What’s Beautiful” digital experience was co-created and co-produced by the in-house Under Armour creative team, Philadelphia-based full service ad agency, Red Tettemer + Partners, and acclaimed advertising agency CP+B.